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Great for sous vide. Lowest price ever according to CCC

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000R8J...6DbD6QZNJW In stock on December 15, 2019
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Q&A from Amazon.....

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The description says bpa free, yet the manufacturer answered that question stating no, it is not bpa free. better change your product description.

Answer:
Thank you for contacting Rubbermaid Commercial Products. This container was BPA free but the material has changed and it is no longer BPA free. The current containers have a BPA warning label on them. The containers that were BPA free had the words BPA Free molded into them.
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This is the container we use for our sous vide and it works great! Bought a hinges lid with cut out for the sous vide and a neoprene sleeve. Great set up for a sous vide starter
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This is the container we use for our sous vide and it works great! Bought a hinges lid with cut out for the sous vide and a neoprene sleeve. Great set up for a sous vide starter
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Got one, ty!
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Been needing one for ages. Thanks OP!
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I already have the 8qt, which is perfect for a pork loin ..or two. It was $10.60 at the time.
Great price for the 12qt.
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Been waiting for a deal for my new Anova. Grabbed one, thanks!
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At this size I use a 3gal pail, basically a shorter version of a 5 gallon bucket. Cut a hole in the top and drop the Anova in. That said, not a bad deal but Armour All and Meguire have buckets full of soap, wax, etc. on sale this time of year so the bucket w/ lid and all the other crap is about the same price as this in winterland. TU if for no reason, this looks better on my countertop. Smilie

I need to find a clear 5gal pail lid to be able to look for floaters.
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This is the container we use for our sous vide and it works great! Bought a hinges lid with cut out for the sous vide and a neoprene sleeve. Great set up for a sous vide starter
Is this any good for sous vide, though?
Sorry. Couldn't resist. 🙂
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Is this any good for sous vide, though?
Sorry. Couldn't resist. 🙂
It doesn't matter what container you use. You can use a large pot if you have one. This is a cheap alternative if you don't want to bug a metal pot
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Good all rounder sous vide container, especially if you are doing several steaks or a larger cut. For smaller amounts, like 2 or 3 steaks I use the 6 quart size. This is partially because I use the Anova Nano, which through a design flaw requires this container to be filled up 3/4+ of the way to be above the minimum water level.

This is an issue with the circulator and not this container, but the advantage of the Nano being light weight is offset by requiring most containers to be filled up with large amounts of water. This container pairs well with other circulators.
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Foam coolers are easier to manipulate and are cheap, especially if you order foods delivered in them
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People should give coolers a try. A 9-quart cooler comes with a lid for ~$10. Cut a hole into the lid and you have an insulated vessel that uses less electricity to maintain temps. Also you don't have to deal with evaporation and can hold ice baths for longer periods of time if needed.
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For sous vide also try those insulated thermal pot. Use a chopstick to keep your precision cooker in place. Maybe not as good as a cooler with a hole on the lid but you can use it for other purposes.
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It is made of plastic, >$10 is still expensive. I use a pressure cooker for Sous Vide container. Do I need this?
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