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Not bad, but I think you'd be better off watching Sous Vide Everything videos on Youtube for free.
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Not bad, but I think you'd be better off watching Sous Vide Everything videos on Youtube for free.
That channel has gone downhill since he became a sellout
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Do they every take into account whether you will sear/pan fry it? I remember the first few times I sous vide to the recommended times, then came the searing on a pan, lol came out kinda dry since I didn't take into account the searing time.
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Do they every take into account whether you will sear/pan fry it? I remember the first few times I sous vide to the recommended times, then came the searing on a pan, lol came out kinda dry since I didn't take into account the searing time.
I have a big propane torch from harbor freight. I use it to sear everything that I sous vide. It does it so fast that it never over cooks the inside.
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Do they every take into account whether you will sear/pan fry it? I remember the first few times I sous vide to the recommended times, then came the searing on a pan, lol came out kinda dry since I didn't take into account the searing time.
You are not searing right.
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Not bad, but I think you'd be better off watching Sous Vide Everything videos on Youtube for free.
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I don't watch as much, but the information is still good.
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Do they every take into account whether you will sear/pan fry it? I remember the first few times I sous vide to the recommended times, then came the searing on a pan, lol came out kinda dry since I didn't take into account the searing time.
I would put it in an ice bath for 5-10 mins before searing if you are having a dryness issue. 1) Get the pan super hot 2) Dry off the meat as much as you can with paper towels 3) And try to keep the searing to 30-45 seconds per side
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I have a big propane torch from harbor freight. I use it to sear everything that I sous vide. It does it so fast that it never over cooks the inside.
Have you tried smaller torches like the Bernzomatic TS8000? Would appreciate your thoughts on those.
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Have you tried smaller torches like the Bernzomatic TS8000? Would appreciate your thoughts on those.
I have a ts8000 and it works just fine. You can push out more heat/gas for a faster sear. I actually use it with a searzall if I'm searing a couple ribeyes and it allows me to focus longer on the fat sections.
I also use a cast iron at max heat (when I want to sear and add butter) as well as my grill at 700degrees when I'm doing a large amount of meat.
Sous vide everything sometimes uses a chimney fire thing that looks cool to sear with but I haven't tried that yet.
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Have you tried smaller torches like the Bernzomatic TS8000? Would appreciate your thoughts on those.
I got a bernzomatic and i would say you are better off searing in a cast iron/chimney. It does sear but its super concentrated and any spices like pepper would burn with small specs of burnt steak(Unless you like it that way). Personally, I like cast iron more cause you can help make yourself a sauce afterwards if you want.

If you cant chimney/cast iron, then bernzomatic would be a better option than a searzall if you plan to use the torch for anything else.
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I would put it in an ice bath for 5-10 mins before searing if you are having a dryness issue. 1) Get the pan super hot 2) Dry off the meat as much as you can with paper towels 3) And try to keep the searing to 30-45 seconds per side
Exactly this. Or just move steak to cool plate and let it sit for 10 min. Or put on cool plate and put in fridge for 5-10 min. This gets the int temp down so int temp doesn't hit 145F when you sear it, which will make it tough. Better to sear only 30-45 sec per a side and not hit 145F. Way more important to keep steak sub 140F at all times then the good browning on outside. If you do it right you will have both. Get your steak temp down(<110F)so it doesn't hit 140F.
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