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Searzall Torch Attachment - $65 (Amazon)

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I think this is the lowest the Searzall torch attachment has been offered. Attach it to a torch and use for searing meats and other foods. Great for use after sous vide-ing something.

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a regular propane torch without this attachment works for me
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a regular propane torch without this attachment works for me
You may get uncombusted gasses with just a regular propane torch that affect your food, but I agree I use just a regular propane torch. $65 is still pricey for me.
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dude what? did you just stereotype the entire human race based on... um... nothing?
lolol he did
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I use a benzomatic with MAPP gas. Beats the hell out of my old creme brulee torch. I'm happy enough to not be curious about the searzall.
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I own one, does a great job but the price is to much, should be $30, tops.
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This is completely unnecessary. I use a torch with no trace of any "aftertaste"

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You may get uncombusted gasses with just a regular propane torch that affect your food, but I agree I use just a regular propane torch. $65 is still pricey for me.
They say that, but I've had no problem using just a torch. TS8000
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It's a tiny catalytic heater. I wonder if a small Coleman camping catalytic heater would do the same thing for less money.

Anyway, I've never had a problem just using the torch for sous vide.
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I love using this thing
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Make sure you read the instructions and season your Searzall prior to it's first use.
Oh yeah, don't use MAPP with this or you'll find yourself shelling out extra cash for another filter.
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it looks like the exhaust tip on my honda civic yo
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Originally read this as a torch attachment for a SAWZALL and thought this outta be interesting...
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Worth it, but also look into using the charcoal chimney method... https://youtu.be/JB1x0O-bhrw

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Originally read this as a torch attachment for a SAWZALL and thought this outta be interesting...
Lmao 😂

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It's a tiny catalytic heater. I wonder if a small Coleman camping catalytic heater would do the same thing for less money.

Anyway, I've never had a problem just using the torch for sous vide.
Only if you're getting it to 550-650°, or else you're gonna start cooking the meat further inward, which is what you want to avoid if you're cooking sous vide.
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This is completely unnecessary. I use a torch with no trace of any "aftertaste"



They say that, but I've had no problem using just a torch. TS8000
I think it's more the scent that might linger on the steak, from what I've read... Some people are super sensitive to propane and NG scents.
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