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Random Hero
Jun 4, 2004
I could sure go for a Miller High Life...

RisqueBarber posted:

Is there a beginner sous vide guide someone can endorse? I'm not even sure I know how to pronounce it.

https://www.seriouseats.com/sous-vide-101
https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/01...al-recipes.html

Chefsteps has some good content too: https://www.chefsteps.com/

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Colostomy Bag
Jan 11, 2016

C-Bangin' it

RisqueBarber posted:

Is there a beginner sous vide guide someone can endorse? I'm not even sure I know how to pronounce it.

Basics are if you getting started:

1) An immersion cooker. Hell you can find this poo poo for $90 bucks (Anova on sale)

2) What you are cooking can you evacuate most of the air? Might involve a ziploc bag method, or a food saver.

That's basically it to get you going.

Lawnie
Sep 5, 2006

That is my helmet
Give it back
you are a lion
It doesn't even fit


Grimey Drawer

You donít even need an immersion cooker. You can keep a small water bath at 129*F for a little while just with a thermometer and a kettle of boiling water, plus a (preferably insulating) container to serve as the bath. Pretty much you just add water until itís at temperature, then keep adding more water as the temp drops. Itís not perfect, but it can get the job done.

Note: Iíve never done it this way, I just have a circulator lol. Pretty sure modernist at home even suggests this as an extremely low-tech option.

Subjunctive
Sep 12, 2006

careful now


Cybernetic Crumb

Iíve done SV in a sink at a friendís place. If you have a kettle and thermometer, youíre golden.

I do prefer the circ though!

Development
Jun 2, 2016



beer cooler sous vide is popular but itís nice to just spend the extra bucks and get a real immersion circulator.

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Dr. Gitmo Moneyson
Jun 26, 2005

Feels good man.



Iím gonna smoke some cheeses this afternoon. Has anybody itt ever tried smoking those balls of mozzarella that come in containers of water? If so, howíd it turn out?

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