Cooking with The June Oven
I’m so excited to share my experience of the June Oven and how it has changed the way I prepare my meals, enabling me to cook far more often than I otherwise would have. I’ve partnered with June to try out their oven. Here’s a walk-through of how I made roasted carrots using the June Oven with its in-app recipe and cooking guide.
I first open the June app’s “Cookbook” for “Vegetables, Fruits and Grains Basics I”. The app walks me through step-by-step – all the ingredients and tools I’ll need (laid out with photos), and which shelf in the oven to use. There is an elegantly filmed video running in the app to guide me along.
I wash, trim, and season the carrots following the recipe. Within less than 10 minutes, everything is ready to go into the oven. Once in, June recognizes the food and sets the temperature/time/settings to the Roasted Carrots recipe. I can walk away at this point and go do other things instead of anxiously wondering if I’m burning or undercooking it. I also love that I’ve spent no time waiting for pre-heating. The June takes care of this from start to finish and there is no real down time. If I must peek at my food, I can check the app and look via the in-oven camera.
When everything is done, June sends my phone a notification and the oven plays a really pleasant sound. So easy! A dinner appetizer/vegetable dish made seamlessly.
June is marketed as “Do It All” type of oven by offering the functionality of 7 different appliances, and featuring 9 cook modes that allow you to bake, roast, broil, toast, dehydrate, air fry, slow cook, reheat and keep warm. There are 100+ cook programs built into June and through the app, and the June detects 70+ types of food as soon as you put it in the oven and close the door.
You can now find June at Walmart, Goop, and you can also try it out in-store at select Sur La Tables. If you buy directly from June, you can get $50 off a $699 or $899 oven with the coupon code LIZ50OFF. Happy cooking :)