Nomiku Immersion Circulator Lets You Cook From Your Phone

Affordable immersion circulators, which allow home chefs to participate in the restaurant-friendly sous vide method of cooking, have really caught on the last couple of years. Sure, these circulators can whip up a perfect piece of meat or fish, but can they go online? They sure couldn't, until now. Finally, sous vide machines have gone social (?!)

Introducing the newest edition of the Nomiku, an immersion circulator with full wi-fi functionality. Why on Earth would you want that? Well, to Facebook stalk the sous vide machines you went to high school with, of course. In actuality, it brings some neat functionality to the mix. Nomiku 2.0 lets you control the machine via any web-connected device, which means you can actually use your phone to cook stuff while you are not at home. Also, you can 'download' heat and time information from other machines to copy a tasty something they managed to pull off. Pretty cool.

If all of this connectivity seems like a good idea to you, you'll be able to place an order soon. Nomiku just cleared their Kickstarter, raking in around $800,000. That's a whole lot of perfectly cooked salmon steaks.

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