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Digital Taste Buds?

If you've ever cooked, then you're familiar with having to taste a meal to see if if needs anything like more seasoning or if you need to change anything in the recipe to get the taste you're going for. What if the tasting spoon... actually did the tasting FOR you?

Electrolux is doing just that and trying to develop a spoon that has sensors in it which can detect tastes the way the human taste buds do and make suggestions as well as perform other helpful features.

As if that wasn't enough innovation to change how we do things in and and out of the kitchen, they are also trying to engineer a hands-free stirring utensil and hovering balls to filter the air and fragrance in a room. With helium as its floating agent, they become heavy with the contents they’re filtering.

Products this far out generally never make it to production but the byproducts of attempting to engineer products this advanced do tend to yield some very interesting products that can be game-changers.

I don't know how I'd feel about an electric spoon telling me what to add to my recipes but if this hits shelves I'm sure it would raise a lot of hype so stay tuned!

Monday, October 20, 2014/Author: rachel/Number of views (783)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Times Have Changed?

Many things change but the need for appliances isn’t going away anytime soon. Here are a few things that you might be interested in upgrading thanks to how much technology has changed our everyday appliances:

 http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/product-reviews/research-institute/upgrade-your-kitchen-appliances?click=pp

Monday, October 13, 2014/Author: rachel/Number of views (760)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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How Can Water Be Hard?

Water is considered “hard” when calcium and magnesium are found in high quantities in water which causes a buildup on the faucets and plumbing as well as a few differences in the feel of the water. It is estimated that 85% of all homes in America have hard water.

Dishwashers are typically the most susceptible to problems caused by hard water. They can leave a hazy film on your dishes and can clog the jets and cause issues with the appliance itself.

Hard water isn’t a health concern but it does irritate some people’s skin. If left untreated hard water can cost you money down the line in repairs due to the buildups.

Hard water can also change the feel of your clothes. The minerals get into the fibers of the clothing and leave them feeling less soft and pliable.

There are many stores that offer water testing to see if you have hard water.

Monday, October 06, 2014/Author: rachel/Number of views (717)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Loaded and Ready

Loading the dishwasher isn’t really something we want to plan out but there are a few things you can do to make things easier for yourself and safer.

Anything with a blade should be blade down so there’s no way to impale yourself when you reach into the dishwasher either putting in more dishes or while unloading it.

Spoons and forks should always go in the caddy since they can stop the spinning parts if they are left loose in the washer. Also don’t leave like silverware together as utensils like spoons will “nest” together and keep them from getting cleaned properly in between them.

Always place large tins and cooking sheets on the outsides of the washer to keep them from blocking water from the rest of the dishes.

Monday, September 29, 2014/Author: rachel/Number of views (736)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Microwave Safety 101

Microwaves are a great accessory to have in a kitchen. Being able to heat something quickly when you’re in a rush or even expedite the thawing of something in the midst of making a delicious meal is invaluable. However, they can also cause problems very quickly if you’re not careful.

If you accidentally put a metal object in the microwave, you pretty much get your own personal fireworks show! They may be fun outdoors in a controlled environment but trust me it isn’t a good time watching your appliance looking like it’s about to explode and take the house with it! Never put a metal pot, bowl, pan, etc. in the microwave and even double-check that mugs and drink-ware doesn’t have any metal on it.

Only use microwave safe containers and dishes in the microwave to avoid melting or breaking. Melting plastic can cause spills but hard containers that aren’t capable of withstanding rapid temperature changes could not only rupture in the microwave but even worse could rupture when cold air hits it as you open the door. 

When you open containers, make sure you open them away from your face so no hot contents pop up into your face including any hot steam. This as well as using a hot pad to handle the container should help you avoid burns.

Monday, September 08, 2014/Author: rachel/Number of views (754)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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