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A first-timer's guide to sous vide cooking. [Photographs and videos: J. Kenji L?pez-Alt, unless
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A cooking process in which food is encased in an airtight plastic pouch (typically vacuum sealed)
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A first-timer's guide to sous vide cooking. [Photographs and videos: J. Kenji L?pez-Alt, unless otherwise noted]. Let's say that you were a good little boy or girl this past year (or maybe you're just really good at faking it) and somebody slipped a brand-new sous vide cooker into your stocking. Pro
Sous vide, which means ?under vacuum? in French, refers to the process of vacuum-sealing food in a bag, then cooking it to a very precise temperature in a water bath. This technique produces results that are impossible to achieve through any other cooking method.

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Having proper sous vide cooking equipment is invaluable when you cook sous vide. Until now, buying a sous vide machine required a substantial investment and a bulky piece of equipment. With the Anova, sous vide cooking is simple. All you need to get started is a pot or large container to hold water,
Sous-vide (/su??vi?d/; French for "under vacuum") is a method of cooking in which food is vacuum-sealed in a plastic pouch or a glass jar and then placed in a water bath or steam environment for longer than normal cooking times (usually 1 to 7 hours, up to 48 or more in some cases) at an accurately
Imagine you're cooking a steak. You probably know exactly the color and texture?the doneness, in other words?you'd like, right? With sous vide (say ?sue veed?), you simply set a pot of water to the corresponding time and temperature, and you can get that perfect doneness you desire, every time. Sous
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