Your Slow Cooker Isn't the Only Kitchen Device Connecting to WiFi

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Sous vide refers to the the process of submerging vacuum-sealed foods in water and slow-cooking them to retain the most moisture and flavor possible. Sounds awesome, but if you're clueless as to where to begin, you may want to invest in a Sansaire Delta ($199 presale, $249 retail), shipping June of this year. The hot water circulator, beyond having a slick touchscreen, has the added bonus of being WiFi enabled.


By downloading the Sansaire app to your phone, you can "interact with the device," setting the temperature and time of the sous vide machine whether you are in your kitchen or "cooking" away from home. The app also features tons of recipes so you can easily access precise instructions on how to cook your staple meals like steak, eggs, and salmon.


If you can't possibly wait until June, Nomiku has a WiFi-enabled sous vide machine ($250), available now at Williams-Sonoma, that interacts with the Tender app.