The fast-paced hectic lives of people often leave them with little or no time to indulge in hobbies or passions. I, for instance love cooking, but I hardly get time to indulge in proper meals, because of the tough schedules I have to keep up with. I’m sure many of you are nodding in consent, and wish there was an apt solution. Designer João Carneiro has developed the Flama Vitro “Portable Vitroceramic cook top” with the objective of fitting it into the life of young couples or single people, who are always on the go, with little time to spare. This informal style of this setup brings in the tradition of cooking into lives of those forced to eat TV/microwave dinners.
João says, “Flama vitro is cooking/heating vitroceramic cook top that can be taken anywhere allowing people to use it in a small kitchen office, take it while moving out from a house, going on vacation to a rental apartment or using on the caravan, just plug it to electricity and you can cook anywhere, working complementary to the microwave or even substitute. Due to the fact that it has a battery included this cook top can even be taken to the table in order to maintain the food heated during the meals.”
Thanks João Carneiro
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