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 method ensures maximum tenderness and moisture retention — without worry of overcooking.
Promising review: "Add this nifty gadget to your kitchen arsenal and get time back normally spent hovering over, carefully trying not to overcook meats! Not only that, but you'll have perfectly cooked meat every time! I used to never buy steaks because they were too difficult to perfectly cook without a grill, but now with this, all they need is a sear in a pan for a minute and you are ready to have the juiciest, well-cooked steak. This tackles more than just meat though, I have had success in cooking eggs in here as well, some of the silkiest, smoothest you will ever try. It's almost confusing at first when you taste it because they are so smooth, but once you have that first bite, you will clear the plate in no time. Take this, an Instant Pot, and an air fryer, and you'll be noticing that oven and stovetop staying A LOT cleaner." —Brian
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