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    I have a buddy from Alaska that this is the only way he cooks his meat and fish. Been looking at it just never knew which device to buy
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    I have 2 of the anova’ s, I like my steaks rare, and the wife likes her’s medium. It is the most fool proof way of cooking. When we buy meat from the store, we season it and vacuum seal it in dinner sized portions. In the morning, I put the meat in ice water in the sous vide. Around 2:00 I fire up the cooker from work via the WiFi connection. When I get home, cook some veggies and sear the steaks. Easy and yummy.

    for all those on the fence, get a sous vide cooker you won’t regret it. Look up sous vide everything on YouTube, and this site has some good recipies - https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/...thod/sous-vide
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    I'm glad you explained that it is a technique for cooking otherwise I would have thought that was the name of some place in Idaho where you hunted!
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    I wonder if you can use an Instant Pot instead of a sous vide cooker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulo57509 View Post
    I wonder if you can use an Instant Pot instead of a sous vide cooker?
    Yes, but you won’t be able to control the perfect doneness you’re after if you are pressurizing the pot. It will be tender, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgriffin1988 View Post
    Yes, but you won’t be able to control the perfect doneness you’re after if you are pressurizing the pot. It will be tender, though.
    I was thinking, running the pot unpressurized. You have temp and time control, just no H2O circulation (?).

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    "Forced" into the sous vide game....

    After reading this thread, I asked the wife if she ever heard of this style of cooking, she had but wasn't familiar with the in's and out's.

    A few days later, she happened to ask her friend that called from San Antonio who prepared our wedding reception dinner if she had ever heard of it.

    "Yes, it's fabulous!"

    Next day, a box from Amazon shows up. Inside was a sous vide recipe book, plastic container and lid, vacuum bags with a large vacuum syringe and an Anova Nano unit that I can control with Bluetooth.

    You can even make ice cream this way?
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    I think you two will be pleased.

    I've cooked antelope steak, antelope roast, pork chops and pheasant breasts with mine so far. All were excellent.

    Guy


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