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Crux 14636 Sous Vide Professional Style Cooker, Created for Macy $59.99

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If anyone is looking for sous vide. Macy's current have one on sale for pretty good price.
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You are what you eat. If you keep up the quick simple methodology, you are going to be sacrificing your health. Take the time to prepare wholesome foods and you will reap the benefits in more ways than you can imagine. Think of it as life insurance for the future. Heck, not just life but quality of life insurance.

Profit motives and the pursuit of money have broke down our ethical compass of what is good and right. Companies have started to cater to people's needs of quick and easy at the expense of quality of foods. Yes, you may be saving that time now, but more than likely you'll be paying that time back in faster health degradation and other quality of life demerits. More visits to doctors after working all those hours at the job because you are too busy; too busy to care about what goes inside the mouth. Essentially, what your saying is your too busy to care about yourself.

I hope I didnt come out as offending in anyway. Just wanted to point out the harsh realities some are facing in these modern times.
Not offensive, but too pious. Nobody comes to SD for your opinion on proper eating habits.
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You are what you eat. If you keep up the quick simple methodology, you are going to be sacrificing your health. Take the time to prepare wholesome foods and you will reap the benefits in more ways than you can imagine. Think of it as life insurance for the future. Heck, not just life but quality of life insurance.

Profit motives and the pursuit of money have broke down our ethical compass of what is good and right. Companies have started to cater to people's needs of quick and easy at the expense of quality of foods. Yes, you may be saving that time now, but more than likely you'll be paying that time back in faster health degradation and other quality of life demerits. More visits to doctors after working all those hours at the job because you are too busy; too busy to care about what goes inside the mouth. Essentially, what your saying is your too busy to care about yourself.

I hope I didnt come out as offending in anyway. Just wanted to point out the harsh realities some are facing in these modern times.
I don't disagree. In fact, me trying to use different cooking methods is an attempt to eat healthier. I also need to lose weight, so I am trying to move away from foods that I used to eat which ....ummm.... resulted in me getting to the point where I need to lose weight.

That said, I know my limits of how far I can get away from my patterns. My mother will always cook better than me, and I doubt she is THAT great at cooking. I am never going to be a person that impresses others with quality of his dishes.

So, those appliances which came in vogue lately as providing both convenience and improved food taste for healthier dishes, while allowing people like me to make them with relatively small effort are very welcome. And I suppose Sous Vide is a part of the trend. Just that for me, I didn't find it as compelling and helpful as pressure cooker or air fryer.

It is also possible that I don't eat the type of food that Sous Vide excels at. I see people talking about how it makes great steaks - doesn't help those of us who are not much into steaks.

But, generally reasonable view, and thanks for posting it.
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I don't disagree. In fact, me trying to use different cooking methods is an attempt to eat healthier. I also need to lose weight, so I am trying to move away from foods that I used to eat which ....ummm.... resulted in me getting to the point where I need to lose weight.

That said, I know my limits of how far I can get away from my patterns. My mother will always cook better than me, and I doubt she is THAT great at cooking. I am never going to be a person that impresses others with quality of his dishes.

So, those appliances which came in vogue lately as providing both convenience and improved food taste for healthier dishes, while allowing people like me to make them with relatively small effort are very welcome. And I suppose Sous Vide is a part of the trend. Just that for me, I didn't find it as compelling and helpful as pressure cooker or air fryer.

It is also possible that I don't eat the type of food that Sous Vide excels at. I see people talking about how it makes great steaks - doesn't help those of us who are not much into steaks.

But, generally reasonable view, and thanks for posting it.
TLDR. 😂. Sorry. Had to.
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How do you accommodate time for frozen meats?
I frequently do packages of multiple frozen ribeye or strip steaks 1 1/4" to 1 1/2" thick. I like them medium rare so for fresh steaks I will sous vide for about 2 hours, from frozen I'd add an extra hour.
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I have a monoprice sous vide that I bought on sale for $35 with the same features. I've been using it a minimum of twice a week for almost a year not.

Nothing special here.

For that sale price, I would prefer a unit with wifi so that I could start it away from home.
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If I prep before I leave for, say work, what issues can I run into from a food safety issue? In other words, let's say I put in a frozen or fresh steak into the bath at 7 am but wifi it to start at 3. Is there anything I need to be concerned about from a health standpoint?
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You are what you eat. If you keep up the quick simple methodology, you are going to be sacrificing your health. Take the time to prepare wholesome foods and you will reap the benefits in more ways than you can imagine. Think of it as life insurance for the future. Heck, not just life but quality of life insurance.

Profit motives and the pursuit of money have broke down our ethical compass of what is good and right. Companies have started to cater to people's needs of quick and easy at the expense of quality of foods. Yes, you may be saving that time now, but more than likely you'll be paying that time back in faster health degradation and other quality of life demerits. More visits to doctors after working all those hours at the job because you are too busy; too busy to care about what goes inside the mouth. Essentially, what your saying is your too busy to care about yourself.

I hope I didnt come out as offending in anyway. Just wanted to point out the harsh realities some are facing in these modern times.
U hit nail on the head! 100% agree. Everyone just want to be seen in the exoctic sports car or SUV.
In 10 years doctors and researchers will be trying to figure out why there are people getting more sick and new disease rates are rapidily increasing. Duk...?
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