Wedo Takes The Dangers Out of Stir-Frying For Kids

Wedo Takes The Dangers Out of Stir-Frying For Kids

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 23, 2009

Stir-frying isn't exactly a kid-friendly method of cooking. It's hot, usually spits back at you and just doesn't seem as easy to incorporate your kids into helping with, as say, the making of banana bread. Jonny Freeman is trying to change that with his kid friendly stir-fry concept.

Although it's not in mass production yet, the Wedo concept seems to have a great deal of thought behind the process. The system includes a chopping board, individual insulated cooking pods with anti-spill lid, and an induction cooking plate. The external temperature in this system doesn't exceed 95ºF, which is good enough for stir-frying, but is still far lower than normal temperatures for this cooking method.

The best part is that it brings the cooking area to kid height and doesn't leave your children standing on a chair in front of a stove or counter. They can use any table to yield great results and all splatters are contained within the cooking vessels themselves.

We're looking forward to the release of this product and hope to see more on it in the future. Would it have a place in your home, or would you rather leave your kids helping with foods carrying less danger, like ants on a log? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

(via: Yanko Design)

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