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1100W Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide Immersion Cooker EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 1100W Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide Immersion Cooker on sale for $33.99 w/ promo code SMORE. Shipping is free.

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  • Pump Volume 2.25 gallons/minute (8.5 liters/minute)
  • Thermal Power 1100 watts
  • Minimum Temperature +68°F (+20°C)
  • Maximum Temperature +194°F (+90°C

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Monoprice [monoprice.com] Strata Home Sous Vide Immersion Cooker: 1100W (35380) $33.99
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  • Pump Volume 2.25 gallons/minute (8.5 liters/minute)
  • Thermal Power 1100 watts
  • Minimum Temperature +68°F (+20°C)
  • Maximum Temperature +194°F (+90°C)
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Just looked and WOW I paid $65 Dec 2020. Seriously thinking about grabbing a spare at this price.

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You don't need a vacuum sealer, but it certainly helps. You can just use ziplocks and force the air out by dipping the bag in water and then sealing the ziplock.

We'll bulk buy meats at costco, season them at home, vacuum seal, and then freeze. Whatever the cook time is for your meat you add a hour and you get super easy dinners.
I have it, this fine though cooked porked in it yesterday and pork looked awfully raw. Never have that issue in my ANOVA which I've been using for 5 years weekly. Turns out the temperature is off 5 degrees and I was already cooking at a low temp.
You can get by without a vacuum sealer, but it definitely helps. The vacuum sealer makes everything neater/cleaner. I imagine that a better seal also helps the water 'touch' whatever you're cooking. If you're cooking meat, some of the juices will come out, the meat will shrink, and you'll have a pocket of air/water where the meat used to be. This is somewhat minimized with a vacuum sealer.
What I would recommend is a container with a lid and cutout for the immersion cooker to go into.

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I have this. It's been great. Adjusting the temperature takes a bit longer than models which have a wheel, but that's not a huge deal. For this price it's a steal.
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Is this the lowest it's been for the 1100W?
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Man and I thought I was getting a good deal on the Strata 800w on Prime Day for $36!
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Is this the lowest it's been for the 1100W?
Just looked and WOW I paid $65 Dec 2020. Seriously thinking about grabbing a spare at this price.
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New to this. Do I need a vacuum sealer? Can I get by with ziplocks and air displacement?
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Sweet! Thanks! My ANOVA nano has been going strong for a couple years now but always good to have a backup Smilie
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New to this. Do I need a vacuum sealer? Can I get by with ziplocks and air displacement?
You don't need a vacuum sealer, but it certainly helps. You can just use ziplocks and force the air out by dipping the bag in water and then sealing the ziplock.

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I just ordered this and it will be my first sous vide device. Are there any recommended containers with lids that people recommend?
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I just ordered this and it will be my first sous vide device. Are there any recommended containers with lids that people recommend?
I use mine all the time and I just use big stock pots. You can buy dedicated containers, but you don't really need them, and you also don't need a lid.
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New to this. Do I need a vacuum sealer? Can I get by with ziplocks and air displacement?
Yes you can
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I have it, this fine though cooked porked in it yesterday and pork looked awfully raw. Never have that issue in my ANOVA which I've been using for 5 years weekly. Turns out the temperature is off 5 degrees and I was already cooking at a low temp.
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New to this. Do I need a vacuum sealer? Can I get by with ziplocks and air displacement?
You can get by without a vacuum sealer, but it definitely helps. The vacuum sealer makes everything neater/cleaner. I imagine that a better seal also helps the water 'touch' whatever you're cooking. If you're cooking meat, some of the juices will come out, the meat will shrink, and you'll have a pocket of air/water where the meat used to be. This is somewhat minimized with a vacuum sealer.
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