Any doubts that God didn’t bless Texas have been put to rest. It is perhaps the most glorious Kickstarter campaign ever created. The biem butter sprayer. Or, the Internet’s George Foreman grill.
Hell, Doug even has the name. People ask Doug all the time; Doug, how are they gonna butter their toast? Use a butter knife? Nope. Biem it.
Those cooking sprays that say ‘keep away from open flames?’ What’s that about? Preach Doug. Preach.
I’m with Doug on the margarine bit. Unsalted butter in my house. What about other oils? Biem can handle it. Even coconut oil. Doug, do I hear a bit of disdain for our Whole Foods brethren out there? You do live in Austin. Watch your back.
Here are the benefits of biem:
Butter bread and toast without tearing
Butter popcorn without drenching, making it soggy
Use as a natural pan release
No artificial sprays with flammable and artificial ingredients
Butter toast and use half as much
Butter popcorn without sogginess
Natural pan release and less costly
Butter muffin pans
Perfect grilled cheese sandwiches
Butter vegetables without waste
Baste turkeys or roasted chicken
Perfect garlic bread
Butter pasta and pancakes
How does it work? Drop any stick of butter in and it heats just what you need to 95 degrees. No overheating. No clogs. No mess. Well, unless you’re the actor in the video above going nuts on the toast.
Does not melt the whole stick
Melts only the butter you need and tells you when to add butter.
Doesn’t overheat the butter to melt. Just 95 degrees
Patent pending “no clog” nozzle design
Smart on off. Has an accelerometer to know when you are picking it up to use and turns the biem on automatically
Ready to spray in seconds
Cool spray to the touch
Uses no chemical or artificial propellants, just heat and air
Store in the refrigerator or on the counter
Easy to use. Easy to clean
Faster and easier than spreading butter with a knife
As for the design, the final version will feature a non-smudge silicone front and brushed stainless steel back.