Folding Proofer & Slow Cooker, Yogurt Maker, Chocolate Melter, Bread Proofing Oven, Fermenter, Multi-Cooker

The Folding Proofer & Slow Cooker breaks the boundaries of traditional kitchen appliances with endless versatility. Prepare delicious one-pot meals using your own favorite Dutch oven or pot. Bread bakers will love the accurate, humid, low temperature control in Proofer mode perfect for rising and fermenting yeast bread dough or sourdough. Making yogurt in your own containers, melting chocolate, slow roasting black garlic or culturing a wide variety of probiotic fermented foods such as kombucha, tempeh and kefir are just a few of the applications of this unique appliance. Best of all, it folds flat in seconds for easy storage. In Slow Cook mode, accurate digital control maintains a range of temperatures from 85 – 195F in 5 degree increments up to just below boiling – the perfect temperature for slow cooking. Traditional slow cookers lack temperature control. In either Low or High setting they eventually heat to the boiling point, often overcooking food. The Folding Slow Cooker heats quickly and accurately to the desired temperature. Prep slow cook meals on a stove top in your favorite pot and just transfer to the Folding Slow Cooker. Switch to Proofer Mode to create a consistent warm, humid environment for rising (proofing) and fermenting your favorite bread recipes. Optional water tray creates the perfect humidity for bread making. Get professional results baking sourdough, gluten free, whole grain or traditional bread. Yogurt Maker: Use your own containers for up to 8 quarts of yogurt in just 3 to 4 hours using our High-Low temperature method. Create creamy Classic, Greek or even lactose free yogurt. Chocolate: Melt or temper and hold chocolate without danger of scorching or seizing. Cultured and Fermented foods: Make your own cultured butter, soft cheese, tempeh, kombucha, kefir and much more. Detailed recipes included.

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