To start cooking with Joule, you’ll need to use the app or voice control, but once a cooking session has started, you can leave Joule completely unattended. If you’ve connected Joule to WiFi, you will be able to check on the status of your cook from anywhere you can access the internet. Closing the app, turning off your phone (even if it dies by accident!), or completely leaving the area where Joule is cooking should not affect your cook.
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