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When it comes to gadgets, we mostly think of apps, video technologies, and wearable tech. But we rarely think of food. Well, unless we’re hungry of course. But there’s a bevy of tech inventions that’ll keep your food cooler, fresher, easier to make, and taste way better. So if you love food, and love gadgets, then check out these new inventions that’ll quickly become your food’s (and yours) best friend.
The Kuvée will make a wine connoisseur out of anyone because it’s a smart wine bottle that you load with wine cartridges that keeps your wine fresh for 30 days, instead of expiring after a week or so. Price: $180
If you’re familiar with the Keurig, then consider this the Keurig for tortillas. A Mexican food lovers dream as the Flatev takes in dough, and pops out the best naan, pita, lavash, and tortillas you ever will eat. Price: $300
God, what took so long for them to make edible cutlery. Whatever, it’s finally here. Think of these spoons as ice cream cones, in the shape of spoons. Price: $10 for 100
Hate chopping garlic? Then never chop another clove again with the Scroll, which by somehow wrapping and rolling the garlic magically reduces cloves to an easy to melt mush. Price: $7
I find it impossible to not eat meat. But vegetarians don’t, although, many of them often wish they could enjoy what the rest of us meatatarians can. Well thanks to the company Impossible Foods, they’ve finally made a veggie burger that actually tastes like meat. Price: TBD
The Coffeebox is the world’s first coffee maker that can survive being run over by a truck. Perfect for construction workers who sometimes, have their stuff run over by trucks, I guess. Price: $300
Click and Grow
Welcome to the world of high-tech gardening. There’s no green thumb required. Just download the app and this LED grow lamp station grows fresh herbs and veggies itself. Price: $60
Do you like eating worms? That’s right, worms. Don’t scoff, they offer the same amount of protein as beef, and are light-years more sustainable and cheaper as they use up way less land, food, and water. So if you’re looking to get on the mealworm diet, check out Livin Farms at-home hive. Price: $649
Ever wish you could spray your stick of butter? Now you can with the Biem handheld machine that takes a block of butter and lets you spray it. Price: $129
Philips Noodle Maker
How would you like to make an unlimited amount of ramen? Well for just $367, you’ll never have to pick up economy size packs of ramen again with the Philips Noodle Maker. Just mix the ingredients and start eating.