The biēm Butter Sprayer keeps your butter addiction in check
Do you remember when everyone was on a margarine kick? We were told that butter is bad for you, and you should be switching to the alternative options. Now that we’ve passed that dark time in history we can embrace butter once again with open arms. The only drawbacks with using the real deal is that it’s not very easy to spread, and we end up using way more than we need to get the coverage that we want.
If you want to lightly coat all of your food in butter without going overboard, then you’re going to need a better way to apply it. The biēm Butter Sprayer will take a stick of butter and heat it up to just the right degree so that you can spray it over popcorn, bread, veggies, or whatever else might need a little dairy love. It will only turn on when you pick it up thanks to an internal accelerometer, and will be ready to spray in a few seconds.
Since this only uses heat and air, you don’t have to worry about any unknown components being added to your food. You can keep this in the fridge or on the counter, and it’s a snap to clean as you only need to run a little water with soap in it and start a cleaning cycle in which it heats up to 155 degrees Fahrenheit. This can run for a week on one charge, of which it only needs 30 minutes to be back at full power again. It’s a $99 purchase, but if you’re all about butter and want to stop yourself from using a tablespoon of it on every piece of toast, then this is the way to go.
Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter