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longmanj9 4,762 59,346 April 24, 2016 at 09:10 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (7) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon.com has Anova Sous Vide Bluetooth WiFi Precision Cooker on sale for $160.55 after checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9

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Edited April 24, 2016 at 10:41 AM by TattyBear
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This is for sous vide cooking. It's a method of cooking at a lower temperature for longer time by vacuum sealing food (some people are comfortable using zip lock bags) and cooking it in a water bath at a stable temperature. This device hangs on the inside of a pot and heats and circulates the water in the pot.

For example, a medium steak is typically around 145 degrees Fahrenheit, but traditional cooking uses either grills, pans or broilers many times hotter, which makes it difficult to get the steak to the correct temperature without being over or under done. With sous vide, the water bath is kept at 145 degrees Fahrenheit so that the steak comes up to exactly that temperature, not higher or lower. Typically, one takes the steak (or other item) out of the bag and sears it as a final step.

It's a great way to cook efficiently and accurately, but it is new, so it's not common and often misunderstood.
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#4
Great deal. No idea why the subscribe and save, but works for me!
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#5
NIce. $26 cheaper than the S&S order the other day. Thanks OP. Ordered at this price and cancelled the first order.
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awesome. as stated above cheaper than the other day! i almost bought it the other day but i had faith in slickdeals to bring me a better price.
I'm excited to finally get me one!
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The most common delivery rate is once a month. I guess for those people who throw them out after two uses.
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Quote from joseconsuervo View Post :
The most common delivery rate is once a month. I guess for those people who throw them out after two uses.
maybe instructions aren't that clear
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I'm still not entirely certain the utility of the wifi. I suppose for special circumstances but otherwise??? I have the BT version and had a top sir on Friday evening finished in a 10" cast iron on an induction plate outside so no smoke to deal with indoors.

the dog was mad at me that I didn't leave her any scraps. ☺
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I'm having some trouble understanding what this contraption is exactly. Could someone elaborate what this does to food exactly?
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Quote from makaveli789 View Post :
I'm having some trouble understanding what this contraption is exactly. Could someone elaborate what this does to food exactly?
It heats water to a temperature you decide. It's used for cooking food in plastic bags for a long time. You set it for what temperature you want the food at, and leave it in there for a long time, and after a long time you don't have to worry about it being done, or burning, it's the perfect temperature (if you choose correctly)
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In for one. Two month delivery since I won't be a heavy user.
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Quote from makaveli789 View Post :
I'm having some trouble understanding what this contraption is exactly. Could someone elaborate what this does to food exactly?
This is for sous vide cooking. It's a method of cooking at a lower temperature for longer time by vacuum sealing food (some people are comfortable using zip lock bags) and cooking it in a water bath at a stable temperature. This device hangs on the inside of a pot and heats and circulates the water in the pot.

For example, a medium steak is typically around 145 degrees Fahrenheit, but traditional cooking uses either grills, pans or broilers many times hotter, which makes it difficult to get the steak to the correct temperature without being over or under done. With sous vide, the water bath is kept at 145 degrees Fahrenheit so that the steak comes up to exactly that temperature, not higher or lower. Typically, one takes the steak (or other item) out of the bag and sears it as a final step.

It's a great way to cook efficiently and accurately, but it is new, so it's not common and often misunderstood.
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#14
Don't understand the point of Bt or WiFi in one of these, but this is a great deal none-the-less. I use mine at least 2 or 3 times a week and sear what I make with a blowtorch.
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#15
Tax + having to buy all the vacuum and immersion stuff kind of steers me away from this deal.

Is it worth it or am I going to use it once and have a bunch of stuff taking up space in my kitchen?
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