You do not need to put a lid on your pot to cook with Joule. In fact, for regular cooking, we recommend you leave the lid off. However, if you are doing a long cook, water will evaporate over time, so for best results, we do advise covering the pot around Joule with foil or plastic wrap. Do not fully cover Joule during cooking. Doing so will cause Joule to overheat, and your cook will stop. You will also lose your Bluetooth or WiFi connection if you cover Joule completely with a metal lid.
Articles in this section
- What should I do if Joule is reporting a “low water level” error?
- What should I do if Joule reports a power loss?
- My Joule is noisy or making high-pitched sounds
- My Joule won't circulate or is not heating
- Is Joule waterproof?
- Why is the LED on my Joule blinking and what does the light color mean?
- Do I need to cover the pot once I’ve placed Joule in it? What if my lid won’t fit on top with Joule inside?
- What kind of heating element does Joule use?
- What are Joule’s dimensions, and how much does Joule weigh?
- What is Joule made of?