Connected Scale Will Adjust Your Recipe If You're Low on Ingredients
Mar 20, 2014 11:01
Planning to cook up a storm? But realized you're low on ingredients? If you don't want to make a trip out to the store to get some, this iPad-connected Drop kitchen scale will just adjust a recipe based on the ingredients you have now. Brilliant!
The device was designed for bakers who need to follow exact ratios whatever they're baking turns out just the way they want it.
App-connected scales already exist when it comes to mixing cocktails, and applying the same strategy to baking makes even more sense given how crucial following a recipe can be.
The Drop isn't for sale just yet, but you can leave your email address on its site to know when it is available. [Get Drop via PSFK]
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