A Ninja food processing unit that delivers Ninja food in a way that you can’t even tell you are food processor will change the way you eat.
The new technology is the brainchild of MIT professor and entrepreneur Daniel T. Lee.
He calls it the NinjaFood processor.
Its also a ‘Smart Food Device’ or ‘SmartDroid’ which means it can be controlled from anywhere in the house by an Android smartphone, tablet or other device, said Lee.
The NinjaFood Processor is a smart food processor that delivers your favorite ninja food items such as ramen noodles, ramen-like sushi rolls and other snack snacks like potato chips.
Lee hopes to sell it at a price of $249.99 and said the unit has a wide range of different types of snacks to choose from.
It can deliver a variety of snacks from ramen to ice cream to chips to popcorn to chocolate to peanut butter.
Lee said the Ninja Food Processor has a large touchscreen display that allows you to read the ingredients list or see what is available for purchase.
Lee explained that the Ninja food is made using the same process as an oven, which involves heating water to around 200 degrees Fahrenheit to melt the protein and then turning the water into a powder.
The ingredients list is printed on a screen in the Ninjafood processor.
The printer can then be used to create food items and then eaten at home or stored in a freezer.
Lee says it has been proven that it is easier to cook rice and noodles at home than it is to cook sushi rolls or a ramen roll.
He added that if you cook the rice and you leave the ramen in for 30 minutes, the rice will become mushy.
In addition to the Ninja, Lee is working on a NinjaFoodPad, which will also be available in stores.
The company has also partnered with a company called Fonterra to make a similar product that will be sold in stores in the near future.