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Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide 1100W IPX7 Precision Cooker (White) EXPIRED

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  • Thermal Power: 1100 watts
  • Minimum Temperature: +68°F (+20°C)
  • Maximum Temperature: +203°F (+95°C)
  • Temperature Stability: ±1.8°F (±1.0°C)
  • Minimum Water Depth: 4.25" (110mm)
  • Minimum Bath Size: 2.6 gallons (10 liters)
  • Maximum Bath Size: 4.0 gallons (15 liters)

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There are also two other major uses for sous vide that make it a staple of my kitchen.

1. Thawing meat. Duh to circulation of water, you can crank the sous vide to 32 degrees and let it thaw out food way faster than fridge or sink method.

2. Reheating of cooked meat. Set the temp just below where you previously cooked it and you won't overcook it and it will tenderize even more.
Do you like perfect steak?
This. My sous vide literally has the prime spot in my kitchen and is ALWAYS out.

Protip: buy a vacuum sealer too.

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I have this, it works well.
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Thanks OP. I'm going to return the stainless one I bought on Prime Day. This will look much better in my white kitchen and $5 cheaper!

So far it's worked great. Much quieter and more powerful than my previous circulator (chefman).
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tempted. do I need one of these?
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tempted. do I need one of these?
Do you like perfect steak?
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Do you like perfect steak?
This. My sous vide literally has the prime spot in my kitchen and is ALWAYS out.

Protip: buy a vacuum sealer too.
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I have this. Works perfectly fine! Definitely worth buying at this price. WIFI functions suck, but I am doing fine without it.
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tempted. do I need one of these?
If you meal prep, YES
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Grabbed one thanks OP
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I had one a couple of years back when they were $20 (the non-WiFi version) and it worked great, but I didn't use it much. I ended up selling it and buying an Instant Pot that has the Sous Vide function for a little less than this price.
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Very good price on a solid unit. If I didn't already have one of these with WiFi and a stainless without, I'd be in for one.
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This. My sous vide literally has the prime spot in my kitchen and is ALWAYS out.

Protip: buy a vacuum sealer too.
How would it be "sous vide", without the vacuum sealer?
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How would it be "sous vide", without the vacuum sealer?
It's a fair point if you want to be pedantic about the French, but I'm pretty sure they named it that because vacuum sealing was standard when it was invented and "cuit au bain-marie" isn't quite as catchy. The vacuum packing doesn't actually make a difference compared to a ziploc bag. The water pressure collapses non-vacuum bags just fine. You get good contact and the cooking is the same.
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