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6 ways tech is accelerating innovation in the kitchen

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Daily Hive Custom Content Apr 18, 2018 5:25 pm 1,552

Technology is doing bigger things for the home than we’ve ever seen before. And when it comes to the kitchen, innovative appliances are helping to make everyday tasks so much more… well, enjoyable.

Think about it, using smart appliances that sync up with your smartphone via WiFi and Bluetooth makes cooking both faster and much more efficient.

Plus, it makes you feel super savvy, too.

With that in mind, we’ve teamed up with Edmonds Fine Appliances on West 2nd Avenue to show you some of the most innovative, future-inspired products you’ll find on the market right now.

Check your refrigerator in real time

Dacor fridge with camera/Edmonds Fine Appliances

How many times have you got to the grocery store only to realize that you left your shopping list on the table at home? Or when you return home from the store to discover that you forgot to get milk (again)? These annoyances can be a thing of the past when you can have a look into your fridge – from any location. That’s right, this energy-saving beauty syncs up with your smartphone to let you see the contents of your fridge from the mounted WiFi-enabled camera inside.

The smart stove that does the cooking for you

Dacor range/Edmonds Fine Appliances

Having trouble deciding what you want to cook for dinner? No problem. You can browse through recipes using the interactive touch screen on this stove. Or are you wondering if you turned the stove off? No worries, just check it via the app and switch it off remotely. Making a meal will never be the same again.

Set your dishwasher on a cycle while you’re on the go

Loading the dishwasher is one thing, and waiting for it to finish is another. With a smart dishwasher, you can turn your dishwasher on via your smartphone while you’re on the go. It doesn’t matter if you need to switch it on when you’re at home because this gem of an appliance has a low decibel rating. That means it’s whisper quiet while it’s in action.

Cook using a sensor-activated hood fan

Dacor hood fan/Edmonds Fine Appliances

When you’re cooking a meal, it’s often hard to know what setting you should have your hood fan on. As a result, it often ends up operating at a noisy, faster pace than necessary – which also consumes more energy than it should. However, this futuristic hood fan is different because it adjusts its intensity depending on how you use the range/stove and how many pans you’re cooking with at the same time. By the way, this is all via Bluetooth, too.

Make a custom cup of coffee with the perfect machine

Miele coffee machine/Edmonds Fine Appliances

There’s nothing quite like a dreamy cup of coffee, and sometimes it feels like you can make this best yourself. This innovative coffee maker lets you design your own beverage that the machine will make for you. Latte macchiato, espresso, cappuccino, lungo coffee, and many more options are at your fingertips. You can adjust everything from the strength to the size and temperature.

Use Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands as you prep

Jenn Air and Alexa/Google Assistant/Edmonds Fine Appliances

If you’re more of a vocal person or you’re busy, you’re not limited to controlling devices through your smartphone apps. Instead, you can use Alexa and Google Assistant by shouting out commands like a real chef. Who knows, you could even be the next Master Chef!

Edmonds Fine Appliances

Address: 459 West 2nd Avenue (located North side of West 2nd Avenue between Wylie Street and base of Cambie Bridge)
Contact: 604-874-0022


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