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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Freescale Sage Microwave – Why RF means Food not burnt and Frozen Food properly re-heated

Innovation in Microwave cooking is slow and long in coming.

They're great for re-heating food, but cooking food is another thing, as the traditional Microwave either burns your food or leaves you eating alternately warm or cold re-heated frozen food.

So it's nice to know that a Freescale Semiconductor has developed a Sage Microwave that uses RF (Radio Frequencies) emitters as reported in the article “New RF Microwave Promises Recipe for Better Cooking”, published June 23, 2015 By Steve Castle, DigitalTrends.  



Making its debut at the Freescale Technology Forum in Austin, Texas, the Freescale Sage Microwave promises to cook food more evenly and without burning. Freescale claims that its solid-state RF emitters control the location, cycles and levels of cooking energy.

Freescale Sage Microwave – Why RF means Food not burnt and Frozen Food properly re-heated

This means the food is heated properly and to the correct degree, ensuring that raw or frozen food is brought out of that state rapidly with no parts left uncooked. This targeted cooking means consistency in cooking, improved taste and more nutritious meals cooked straight inside of the Microwave. 

The Microwave has convection heating capability, allowing you to sear, brown, bake and poach all types of meat such as chicken, beef, pork and fish.

Unlike traditional Microwaves that use magnetrons, the Freescale Sage Microwave can take on a variety of shapes, including a circular design. No more boring square designs; your Microwave can be a cylinder, capable of cooking multiple items at the same time within the same chamber.

Freescale's concept Microwave is Internet connected via your home router and controllable using a smartphone App.

Too bad it doesn’t have a pair of robotic hands like the US$15,000 Moley Robotics Cooking Robot as described in my blog article entitled “US$15,000 Moley Robotics Cooking Robot – Cooking Robot seeking Taste for Human Food to take over in 2017” so that it can cook they food you ordered from the restaurant or whip up something from ingredients in the kitchen.




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