Try Your Hand at
Cooking with WMF
Nadine's Guided-Cooking Trial
Without being warned in advance, I was told “Nadine, you are going to prepare a meal with fish, potatoes and vegetables in our test kitchen.“ In the past, I’ve experimented with one ingredient in a steamer – but I honestly had no idea that it’s possible to prepare several ingredients at once with individual cooking times.
Ok, let’s get started! Just as usual – wash the vegetables and cut them to size, peel the potatoes and slice them. So far not a problem.
Consulting the app to help me, I find a list of visualized ingredients, to find my way quickly. The explanation is super easy and all it takes is clicking the ‘add’ button. So easy?! Optionally I can consult some submenus to trim the process down to the finest details, but instead I’m pretty set on using the standard settings for my first go.
Alright, now I can really get started with the steamer. The app instructs me to fill the base with water. My first thought: Ok, this app was really made for men! It’s impossible to get this part wrong.
While the Steamer works - I am free
The timer shows me that I have 35 minutes until everything is prepared and I realize that I am relieved of my supervisional duties and I don’t need to stand by the steamer and wait. If I was at home, I would have already started to set the table or maybe I would have done something completely different around the house.
No problem, I can just step away. I am relieved to know that the app will ring when everything is finished.
Dinner is ready! And from the first bite, I can tell that the ingredients are well done for an outstanding meal. It even seems to look like a work of fine art on my plate.
Stress-Free and Easy
My final thoughts: cooking has never been so stress free. Especially when I have company at home, I always have that sneaky feeling that at least one thing won’t turn out the way I would like. But with the Cook Assist © app and the VITALIS © steamer there is no way to get it wrong.
I can definitely say, that it will be the first thing wish on my list when I move into my first apartment.