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SousVide Supreme 10-L. SousVide Supreme Water Oven

Price: $449.95
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"The SousVide Supreme is the worlds first water oven designed specifically to bring the gourmet sous vide cooking method into home kitchens. Sous vide cooking involves vacuum-sealing food in airtight pouches, then submerging it in a water bath at precisely controlled temperatures - often much lower than those used in traditional ovens - but for a longer time. The result is perfectly cooked foods with enhanced flavors and nutritional benefits. The SousVide Supreme is a sleek all-in-one solution. Simply set the temperature, and let the SousVide Supreme do the rest, controlling the water temperature to within one degress Fahrenheit - the key to sous vide success. Features: Easy to read water levels. Easy to use controls. Lid doubles as convenient drip tray. The included rack keeps food in place while its cooking. Built-in handles are staggered to allow for easier carrying and draining. Stainless steel basin allows for easy cleanup. The heating element is inside the machine - it wont get in your way and creates a perfect water temperature with no hot spots. About Sous Vide Cooking: Sous vide (pronounced soo-veed) is a culinary technique that involves cooking vacuum-sealed food at a consistent, low temperature for a longer length of time than compared to other methods. The term sous vide is French for ""under vacuum,"" and was developed in the mid-1970s by chef Georges Pralus for the Restaurant Troisgros in Roanne, France. Today, sous vide is a well-respected cooking method among gourmet chefs, and can routinely be found in upscale restaurants. Caution: after removing bags from SousVide oven, open with care to avoid steam injury. Includes spice packets."

It took me a while to make good use of the Sous Vite, mainly because I hadnt fully absorbed the manual. Timer is tricky until learned and done wrong a few times. Must plan far ahead. Meat needs a dress-up, a sauce and some color before serving.Greatly improves my vegetables, because they retain

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