June manufactures Smart ovens (opens in new tab) which can cook in tons of different ways. Each one is a convection oven, air fryer, dehydrator, slow cooker, broiler, and more. To make things even more convenient, June owners can use the June app or Alexa (opens in new tab) on an Echo Dot (opens in new tab) or something similar to keep track of their dishes.
Things are about to get even more effortless, though. June and Whole Foods Market have partnered up to integrate specific foods and recipes into the smart appliance. More than thirty Cook Programs will be added to the ovens via a software update, which means you'll just need to load in the ingredients and press a button to get cooking. Fresh salmon with lemon thyme rub, a variety of frozen snacks, vegetable medley, and more will be available as a one-touch recipe.
If you don't have a June smart oven, you can get one online (opens in new tab) or in select Whole Foods Market stores in California for $799. Saving time saves money, and those savings will go even farther if you buy the ingredients at Whole Foods while they're on sale. You can get 5% back at Whole Foods with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card (opens in new tab), and with an Amazon Prime membership, you'll save more in-store. You can also shop 365 Everyday Value (opens in new tab) ingredients on Amazon's website for added convenience. Remember that those benefits require a Prime membership, so click here if you need a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab).
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Louryn saves money on everything she buys. In between waiting for Amazon deliveries, she googles the Animal Crossing Switch release date, hand-letters on her iPad Pro, and downloads a zillion match-three apps. She also loves Skyrim, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter: @lourynstrampe
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