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Mathew Lau’s Future Carbohydrate Cooker

What makes the Future Carbohydrate Cooker so special?

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Inspired by the shape of wheat, Mathew Lau’s Future Carbohydrate Cooker is an innovative cooking system marked by the utilization of automatic technology that simulates traditional cooking style. The microprocessor on the Future Carbohydrate Cooker adjusts heating power and controls the movement of this ingenuous cooking system designed by Mathew Lau.

How does the Future Carbohydrate Cooker work ?


This Future Carbohydrate Cooker has a mind of its own, or at least, so it seems. It’s memory holds an intelligent program, which helps users in their never-ending, poly-unsaturated quest to cook any kind of carbohydrate anytime, anywhere. It can prepare with ease rice, pasta, noodles and spaghetti. The Future Carbohydrate Cooker likes cooks and is totally user-centered, with features like a “cook history” which permits cooks to review what dishes (and what damage) they have done to themselves within a week’s time. The Future Carbohydrate Cooker is an in-your-face-reminder of how you did wrong but still have time to redeem yourself, that is, if you lose no time in obtaining one of these innovative cooking systems.

What other features does the Future Carbohydrate Cooker offer?

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The Future Carbohydrate Cooker created by Hong Kong Bluetooth headset designer, Mathew Lau, is no one-trick pony. This innovative cooking system can measure the weight of grain and calculate the corresponding water level to insure that the right amount of liquid is employed, making it perfect for multi-taskers who don’t have a lot of time. This unique cooker performs stirring, boiling and draining actions and can also be used exclusively as a steamer. It is space saving, stylish and smart.

Is Mathew Lau’s Future Carbohydrate Cooker for you?


I don’t see how it could miss. Do you?

M Dee Dubroff
Fashion and Technology Blogger
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Jul 21, 2008
by Anonymous

A couple of things...

"It can prepare with ease rice, pasta, noodles and spaghetti."

Isn't spaghetti a noodle, and a pasta? Or is there some new super spaghetti that is not a noodle and also not a pasta?

The sentence should read, "It can prepare with ease rice, pasta and noodles".

Second, good luck getting UL to sign off on an auto draining feature where boiling water is discharged from the system. The lawyers in the USA would have a field day with the lawsuits.

Jul 22, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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Couple of things

Thank you for your comment.

The sentence in question, however, did actually read the way you suggest..

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Jul 23, 2008
by Anonymous

So spaghetti, being both a

So spaghetti, being both a subclass of pasta and noodle, has to be mentioned separate from pasta and noodle? Sort of like saying it cooks rice and Basmati and Jasmine?

Jul 24, 2008
by Michelle
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Well, technically a noodle

Well, technically a noodle is a pasta, so it should be rice and pasta.

 

Jul 24, 2008
by Michelle
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Or perhaps. Rice or pastas

Or perhaps.

Rice or pastas like spagetti and noodles?

Jul 24, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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 Okay.   Yours in Words, M

 Okay.

 

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff