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Old 03-26-2011, 05:28 PM  
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New cooking methods ... sous vide

So I took the plunge (pun not intended) and purchased a personal sous vide machine.

I've made a wonderful roasted garlic and herb compound butter and I'm about to put a couple of thick cut KC strips in the bath, set it for 134 degrees and in a couple hours I should have perfectly medium rare steak to throw in a screaming hot skillet to sear. Then it's eatin' time.

Will post pics.

Anyone worked with sous vide before? Any tips, tasty things to try?
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Old 08-24-2017, 05:16 PM   #766
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Heating element went out on the anova tonight. Luckily it's still under warranty. So had to rig this up to cook dinner.

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Old 09-12-2017, 03:03 PM   #767
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Well after my home-made rig started giving me spotty temperature readings (and rotted the hell out of a couple of steaks in the process by sitting the bath at 127 on a 48 hr cook; don't ask - this cow is just tough as shit), I bought a real one.

The compact design and more powerful heating coils convinced me to spring for the Joule over the Anova. The magnet foot that lets me just stick it in the center of a cast iron pot was also very attractive given that all my cookware is induction capable anyway (and thus magnetic).
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Old 09-12-2017, 06:45 PM   #768
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I still have no interest in trying sous vide. Any more there are few things I will spend time cooking. I'm all about cooking hot and fast.

What can convince me that adding this extra step and extra prep is worth it?
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Old 09-12-2017, 06:55 PM   #769
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Well after my home-made rig started giving me spotty temperature readings (and rotted the hell out of a couple of steaks in the process by sitting the bath at 127 on a 48 hr cook; don't ask - this cow is just tough as shit), I bought a real one.

The compact design and more powerful heating coils convinced me to spring for the Joule over the Anova. The magnet foot that lets me just stick it in the center of a cast iron pot was also very attractive given that all my cookware is induction capable anyway (and thus magnetic).
I have the Joule. I love the app and all the recipes that come with it. The beef short rib recipe on the app is killer.
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:27 PM   #770
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I still have no interest in trying sous vide. Any more there are few things I will spend time cooking. I'm all about cooking hot and fast.

What can convince me that adding this extra step and extra prep is worth it?
WiFi access.

So you wake up in the morning, throw a couple frozen pork chops in a water bath filled with ice water and drop your Joule in.

At noon, you log into the Joule, turn it on, set it and cook the chops from anywhere that has internet access.

When you get home, you pull the chops out of the bags, sear them and serve them. Dinner on the player in 4 minutes.
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Old 09-12-2017, 11:16 PM   #771
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WiFi access.

So you wake up in the morning, throw a couple frozen pork chops in a water bath filled with ice water and drop your Joule in.

At noon, you log into the Joule, turn it on, set it and cook the chops from anywhere that has internet access.

When you get home, you pull the chops out of the bags, sear them and serve them. Dinner on the player in 4 minutes.
A filet only takes an hour, that is time you would spend on side dishes anyway. The extra time for sous vide isn't active time, you can do whatever you want. The results are definitely worth it.
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Old 09-13-2017, 07:02 AM   #772
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A filet only takes an hour, that is time you would spend on side dishes anyway. The extra time for sous vide isn't active time, you can do whatever you want. The results are definitely worth it.
That's one way to do it, sure. but that's not what he was asking - he was asking for quick applications. if you want to come home and have green beans and Apple sauce with a prefect pork chop on a Tuesday, you can have that ready to plate in 10 minutes from when you walked in the door using sous vide.
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:53 PM   #773
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I was one of the first to pre-order an Anova Nano, and got it for $70, so I am quite looking forward to this.
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WiFi access.

So you wake up in the morning, throw a couple frozen pork chops in a water bath filled with ice water and drop your Joule in.

At noon, you log into the Joule, turn it on, set it and cook the chops from anywhere that has internet access.

When you get home, you pull the chops out of the bags, sear them and serve them. Dinner on the player in 4 minutes.
I don't like to leave kitchen utensils running when I am not home. Whether it is a potential fire hazard or not.
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Old 09-13-2017, 01:35 PM   #775
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I don't like to leave kitchen utensils running when I am not home. Whether it is a potential fire hazard or not.
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Aight. If you're after speed and heat, this ain't for you. Sous vide is precision and to take advantage of it is more about planning.

I've never seen a problem in leaving one on; I can't see it as being any more dangerous than a ceiling fan when you get right down to it.
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{shrug}

Aight. If you're after speed and heat, this ain't for you. Sous vide is precision and to take advantage of it is more about planning.

I've never seen a problem in leaving one on; I can't see it as being any more dangerous than a ceiling fan when you get right down to it.
Oh, I know it's silly.

I definitely am all about hot and fast. Before I would put in another oven, I would seriously consider putting in a 90-100,000 BTU Wok range in it's place.
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