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Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide: Water Oven $67, 800W Immersion Cooker EXPIRED

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in B4 "have fun eating plastic, NERDS" and " I know how to cook why would I wait longer !"
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How? The food is typically in a vacuum sealed bag with sous vide.
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Another factor is the max water capacity. The higher power units can cook larger quantities of water in larger containers. Think multiple full racks of ribs in a cooler in your garage for 48 hours.

Mmmm...my mouth is watering.
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in B4 "have fun eating plastic, NERDS" and " I know how to cook why would I wait longer !"
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needed one for a cheap bday gift. thanks
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reminds me of when my mom used to use one of these;
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at the office to boil her own water to make tea.

ahh, those were the days... cheap electricity.
That's all that's inside an electric kettle. And it's about 2 cents of electricity to run it for 5 minutes.
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Thanks! I bought the 1100 watt and a sous vide bin. The Guga Foods guy on youtube has had me interested in trying this for awhile.
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Thanks! I bought the 100 watt and a sous vide bin. The Guga Foods guy on youtube has had me interested in trying this for awhile.
I love that guy. I watch his other channel sous vide everything almost daily lol.
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Any practical reason to get the 1100 over the 800? I cook for myself about 75% of the time. The other 25% I cook for myself and my 2 kids. Been wanting a sous vide cooker for a while now. Seems like a decent enough deal to snag one.
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Anyone know how these compare to the Crux that was on sale at Macy's? I haven't opened my Crux yet, could return it and get a Strata if they're better.
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Any practical reason to get the 1100 over the 800? I cook for myself about 75% of the time. The other 25% I cook for myself and my 2 kids. Been wanting a sous vide cooker for a while now. Seems like a decent enough deal to snag one.
It will get the water up to temperature faster and I've read that it may operate quieter, but it will otherwise do the exact same thing.
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Anyone know how these compare to the Crux that was on sale at Macy's? I haven't opened my Crux yet, could return it and get a Strata if they're better.
I bought the Crux. Works well so far. 900 watts vs 1100 would be the biggest differences.
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It will get the water up to temperature faster and I've read that it may operate quieter, but it will otherwise do the exact same thing.
Awesome, thanks! I'll probably just go with the 800 then. An extra minute or two of heat up time won't matter much. Quieter isn't really a concern with 2 rowdy boys lol.
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Awesome, thanks! I'll probably just go with the 800 then. An extra minute or two of heat up time won't matter much. Quieter isn't really a concern with 2 rowdy boys lol.
It will probably be longer than a minute or two, but valid point.
I've always used my induction stove to get the water hot (couple min on the stove), then add cold water to bring it back in line.
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Awesome, thanks! I'll probably just go with the 800 then. An extra minute or two of heat up time won't matter much. Quieter isn't really a concern with 2 rowdy boys lol.
Another factor is the max water capacity. The higher power units can cook larger quantities of water in larger containers. Think multiple full racks of ribs in a cooler in your garage for 48 hours.

Mmmm...my mouth is watering.

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