It’s all about timing
Perfectly timing things may not be something that’s always at the front of your mind in daily activities. However, when it comes to making dinner, you want to make sure that all of your dishes are timed.
No cook wants to end up with their side dishes completed and getting cold while they’re still having to make the rest of the meal. Especially if you have various dishes that take different times to cook, juggling the time in your head can be a pain. Likewise, you may not always know when to cook things to make sure they’re all ready at the same time.
This is where Let’s Cook comes in handy. The smartphone app is a meal preparation timer. But its not just any ordinary timer.
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Add to that managing different tasks simultaneously, and cooking becomes infinitely harder. The functionality of Let’s Cook is that it tells you how to perfectly time your cooking to ensure all of your dishes are completed at the same time.
How it works
Using the meal preparation timer is fairly easy and straightforward. Before you start making your meal, you’ll add each of the different items to be cooked. You can edit any of the tasks, so don’t worry about making a mistake.
Up to 64 cooking tasks can be inserted for simultaneous completion.
Once all menu items have been entered into the app, Let’s Cook will calculate exactly how long the task will take. The app even provides you with push notifications to let you know when it is time to move on to the next task. You can also play, pause, or restart the timer at any time.
Give it a shot!
The Let’s Cook app is currently in its beta phase. To learn more about the meal preparation timer, visit the Let’s Cook website (https://getletscook.com). If you want to start using the app now, you can sign up on their website to be part of the beta testing. To sign up you’ll need to include your email address and, optionally, your name.