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Best Buy.com has Anova Sous Vide Bluetooth Precision Cooker (A2.2-120V-US) on sale for $69.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where available. Thanks persian_mafia

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This Anova Sous Vide Bluetooth Precision Cooker has 4.2 out of 5 stars overall based on over 4,300 reviews on Amazon.

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Weird, my steaks, chicken and vegetables have never tasted so good. Top restaurants use it this method. Yeah, must just be a fad.
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Do you understand how sous vide works? You're not actually putting the steak into the water... maybe that was just lazy wording though.

As for taking my comment completely out of context and turning "top restaurants" into "worlds top rated steak houses", a fair bit of steakhouses DO use precision cooker methods in their steakhouses. Not only does it, in my opinion taste better, but it drastically cuts down cooking time, allowing restaurants to prep their meat entrees early and serve them in a fraction of the time once ordered. It's not all about taste preference when considering this method.

It also depends on the cut, there are plenty of pieces of the cow that will benefit greatly and taste a LOT better than using the sous vide method when prepared differently, BBQ or smoked. It just depends on what you're cooking.
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That's why they quickly sear it after they sous vide...
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Still waiting for a deal on wifi version
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Still waiting for a deal on wifi version
Yep. Same. Though this is a good price for those who dont need remote control
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Had the wifi version. Ended up returning it. Then I bought the Monoprice one for $35 normally $50 if I remember right and it does the job just as good as the Anova without the fancy stuff. Set the temp and the timer and you're good to go.
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Weird, my steaks, chicken and vegetables have never tasted so good. Top restaurants use it this method. Yeah, must just be a fad.
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If you're a My BestBuy member, you can save an extra $50 on the wifi version right now. It's still $109.99, but better than the $159.99 retail price.

If you can wait, I'm sure Black Friday will have these even cheaper.
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If you truly enjoy cooking, you can enjoy an immersion circulator as another tool. It cannot and should not be used for every cooking task, but my ribs, pulled pork, and steaks have never been better. I will not cook those any other way, now.

Those who might look at this product thinking it might make them start enjoying cooking in the same way they hoped an instant pot or air fryer would should probably move on. It's just another tool.

I use mine about twice a week. You'll want to look into a way to sear your meats, bag your food, and contain the water. You don't necessarily have to buy anything for those purposes, but it helps.
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If you're a My BestBuy member, you can save an extra $50 on the wifi version right now. It's still $109.99, but better than the $159.99 retail price.

If you can wait, I'm sure Black Friday will have these even cheaper.
confirmed i saw this as well!

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If you were being honest, the world's top rated steak houses do not cook their steaks in water.

Not taking sides in silly internet arguments, just pointing out fact.
Do you understand how sous vide works? You're not actually putting the steak into the water... maybe that was just lazy wording though.

As for taking my comment completely out of context and turning "top restaurants" into "worlds top rated steak houses", a fair bit of steakhouses DO use precision cooker methods in their steakhouses. Not only does it, in my opinion taste better, but it drastically cuts down cooking time, allowing restaurants to prep their meat entrees early and serve them in a fraction of the time once ordered. It's not all about taste preference when considering this method.

It also depends on the cut, there are plenty of pieces of the cow that will benefit greatly and taste a LOT better than using the sous vide method when prepared differently, BBQ or smoked. It just depends on what you're cooking.
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