Last Friday, Nomiku announced it was closing its doors.
Alongside Anova and Sansaire, the San Francisco based startup founded by Lisa and Abe Fetterman was part of an early class of consumer sous vide startups looking to democratize the high-end cooking technique through technology. Now, nearly a decade after the publication of Modernist Cuisine, only Anova is left standing (after being acquired by Electrolux) while Nomiku and Sansaire are no more. So what does it all mean?
No spoilers here! You’ll have to listen to The Spoon editor podcast to find out.
In addition to discussing the end of Nomiku and the broader meaning of it all, the Spoon editor team also discuss the following stories:
- Winners and losers in kitchen Kickstarter in 2019
- Blue Bottle wants to become waste free in one year. Is that too aggressive?
- What is this about breast milk grown in a lab?