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What is Smart Cooking?

Kitchens have become one of the fastest-growing areas for smart technology. Bluetooth connections allow appliances to communicate with each other, and with users, for greater efficiency and to improve the quality of food storage and preparation.

Fridges can keep track of inventory and automatically reorder items that are running low, or warn you when items are approaching their best-by dates. Ovens can turn on automatically to pre-heat meals, or monitor cooking times for favourite meals and adjust or notify the user. Certain apps can even give cooking instructions and assist with serving tips.

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