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Hands-Free Cooking Pot Stirs Itself [Video]

Hands-Free Cooking Pot Stirs Itself [Video]
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A Japanese dentist has invented a piece of cookware that is fluted like a bundt pan, which moves water round and round in a vortex.

Emma Hutchings
  • 31 may 2012

A Japanese dentist has changed the design of a piece of kitchen equipment forever, inventing a specially sculpted pot that is able to stir itself. Hideki Watanabe created the ‘Kuru-Kuru Nabe’ (‘Round and Round Pot’), which has spirals etched into it that direct the water in a circle like a vortex. The cooking pot is more efficient than others, as it reaches boiling point faster, is less likely to boil over, and keeps foods like pasta from sticking to the bottom. Check it out in the video below:

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