For both the chef and the appliances, food preparation is a significant energy-consuming exercise. With this in mind, the creators of the Joki Cooking Device strove to conceive a new hybrid apparatus for the kitchen that would make the most of the exertion by man and machine.
TwoDesigners' concept is both a stovetop heating contraption and a set of dishes. When every component is stacked and in place, the object can be set over the oven element and boiled to your preference. All the while, the PPSU heating pad and the silicone trivet positioned above the saucepan's lid will absorb the warmth and prevent it from escaping.
When the meal is ready to eat and the cap is removed, the Joki Cooking Device can be placed down on its trivet to keep supper hot for longer, and dinner can be eaten right out of the big bowl to reduce cleanup.
The Joki Cooking Device Makes Efficient Use of Input Energy
Amelia Roblin — June 22, 2012 — Eco
References: twodesigners.be & tuvie