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Preheat Your Oven to “Steak”

NOW INNOVATORS ARE FINDING WAYS TO PRODUCE HOME VERSIONS OF THOSE PROFESSIONAL, WILLY WONKA–ESQUE MACHINES.

MATT VAN HORN, CEO of June Oven, offers to cook me a steak in his company’s San Francisco offices. He sticks a temperature probe into the center of a small filet and slides the meat into the “intelligent” oven, which resembles a sleek microwave. He keys a few commands into its interface (the oven remembers that he likes his steaks cooked to medium rare), and he allows the programming to do the rest: convection roasting, broiling, resting for a few minutes, high-heat roasting again. There are eight steps in all.

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