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Anova Sous Vide $100/$150

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Anova's website currently has their sous vides on sale for $30 off. If you sign up for their mailing list you'll also get a coupon for $20 off your order.

You can get the Bluetooth sous vide for as little as $100, and the wifi version for $150

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So my brother got me one of these and while I haven't used it a lot, I've used it with pork, chicken and finally steak just this past weekend.

Overall I like it quite a bit.

Chicken with nothing but salt/pepper and herbs for an hour at 150 finished on the grill came out tasting like it'd been marinated, and was more juicy than what I normally get on the grill (which is still very good).

Steaks for an hour at 130 finished on the grill came out amazing - they looked like the pictures of sous vide steaks that made me want to try sous vide steak.

Pork was the first thing we tried and I don't recall much except that it was good.

More of a plug for sous vide than anything, but this unit makes it easy as hell. My only complaint is with the app - it seemed like controlling the timer was pretty finicky when we did the chicken. The cooker decided it wasn't cooking anything and let the temp drop to 130, and while setting the temp back to 150 was easy, you can't start any timer until the target temp has been reached. Might've been user error. It worked just fine with the steaks, even disconnecting/reconnecting once or twice due to range. Aside from that the app is useful with relevant settings already there for whatever you're cooking.
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Is wifi worth the $50 over bluetooth?
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I've heard it's only worth it if you plan on turning on the sous vide from remote locations (like work) or making any changes while away from your home. I think most people can live without the wifi
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wifi really isn't worth it unless you want to do everything remotely. I find it that I only use it when I'm at home because I don't know about leaving meat in warm water for a while.
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I signed up for their mailing list, but did not get a $20 off coupon code, just a welcome email. How long does it take to get the coupon?

Nevermind: Just got the coupon code. You must add your email from the main webpage.
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How long till this fad goes out of style?
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How long till this fad goes out of style?
​as long as folks have taste buds. what kind of bags are needed for this? any deals on those?
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How long till this fad goes out of style?
I use my slow cooker and a temp regulated outlet I got off ebay for 30 bucks and it makes great steaks! I will get one of these maybe when the new one comes out. Supposedly smaller and cheaper.
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Just started using my Anova like a month ago, its very cool and all, no doubt the food comes out much better, however after a few times of using it, I have already started to loose interest, not sure if this is a fad or just me.
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Fad or not depends on how you embrace it.

I meal prep on Sunday and vac pack servings.

When I come home from work I throw it in the sous vide frozen and go do my thing. When I'm ready for dinner, the sous vide is ready and I can finish and plate in 10 minutes.

Easiest ever.
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Is wifi worth the $50 over bluetooth?
I have the Bluetooth and ive cooked 4 2inch thick Ribeyes at once and they came out good. The Wifi version is also more powerful 900w compared to the Bluetooth 600w.
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​as long as folks have taste buds. what kind of bags are needed for this? any deals on those?
You can use regular ziplock freezer bags. Google the SeriousEats.com method for using water displacement to get all of the air out of the bag so it sinks properly in whatever vessel your cooking in.
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Is wifi worth the $50 over bluetooth?
I have the Wifi version and I think I wasted my money. BT should have been enough. I figured I could prepare the things in the morning and start the cooking remotely from work during the day and then realized that leaving meat all day out like that, counting on having put the right amount of ice with it, was quite a gamble.

I would go for the cheaper version. Especially because you may not end up using it as much you think in the end. (oh, and the Wifi version is a little bit more powerful but I am not sure it makes a huge difference for most uses).
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