Gwyneth Paltrow shared her love for her Gaggenau steamer and fryer on the Oprah Winfrey show and in Bon Appetit magazine: See the Bon Appetit article: An Interview with Gwyneth Paltrow And the Oprah "Top 5 Kitchen Gadgets" segment where Gwyneth talks about her Gaggenau steamer:
"The most efficient dishwasher today, which Bosch introduced this year, uses 1.5 gallons of water per cycle, 70 percent less than the average dishwasher, and meets the 2011 standards. The savings are, in part, created by sensors that detect the amount of soil in the water as well as the type and quantity of dishes and adjust the washing time, amount of detergent and water accordingly. Additionally consumers can opt to only wash the top rack." As stated by The Associated Press in today's New York Times article "Energy-Wise Appliances Save More Than Time & Money" How does Bosch do this?