Sous Vide Cooking Steak, Brisket, Pork Belly

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What is Sous Vide Cooking
Perfect food that’s easy to prepare and ready at your convenience: that’s what makes sous vide such a popular solution in restaurants, and that’s what makes it an amazing tool for home cooks as well.

Why Sous Vide?

Sous vide is especially useful for cooking meats and seafood, for which the window of proper doneness is often vanishingly small when traditional methods are used. When you fry a piece of fish, the flesh is most succulent and tender within a very narrow temperature range.


What Do I Need?

Cooking sous vide isn’t complicated or expensive. This blog will guide you through the various kinds of sous vide equipment and supplies available for home cooks, including how to improvise your own setup


Cheeseburger Sous Vide

131F for 2 hours and a blowtorch sear really made some fantastic burgers with edge to edge medium rare texture. Ingredients were grass fed ground chuck, colby jack cheese, salt, pepper, baby arugula, tomato and onion.