Sous Vide Water Over For Home Use..

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Foodie`s and Foodspoilers may find this interesting, it also only uses 60 watts so could be used easily in the field..


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[TD]The Sous Vide Supreme is the world’s first water oven designed specifically to bring the gourmet sous vide cooking method into home and small restaurant kitchens. Sous Vide cooking locks in the flavor and preserves the nutritional quality of whatever food is cooked inside. The result is food of incomparable taste and texture: steak perfectly cooked edge-to-edge, vibrant vegetables, juicy tender chicken breasts, and ribs with the meat literally falling off the bone. All at the push of a button.




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#2
So what you're actually saying is:

"I am a parasitic ******* salesman, come and buy my pointless chinese shit you thick overpaid squaddie bastards!"
 

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#5
I've had a sous vide water bath for a while now (not the one above) and they work extremely well. You have to piss about with it for a while, I once did steaks for 2, 4, 8, 12 and 24hours and actually found that two hours was enough to get the texture that I wanted. The meta will look 'odd' and you do need to sear it to get that caramelized flavour or alternatively drench it in a sauce. They do work and work well, you just need a bit of patience!
 
#6
So what you're actually saying is:

"I am a parasitic ******* salesman, come and buy my pointless chinese shit you thick overpaid squaddie bastards!"
No I have not connection with this cooker but I am saying you are a thick prick who probably thinks having ketchup on pie and chips is exotic.
 
#7
Of course, unlike a BV, you can stick the mains cable up your arse in the field and produce pan seared chicken breasts in lemon sauce all ******* day!
 
#9
Of course, unlike a BV, you can stick the mains cable up your arse in the field and produce pan seared chicken breasts in lemon sauce all ******* day!
Is that a bite fetch ...., if you can get someone to help you read the specs , 60watt power consumption add an inverter and even an old Defender will cook your scran off the battery/alternator
 
#10
Is that a bite fetch ...., if you can get someone to help you read the specs , 60watt power consumption add an inverter and even an old Defender will cook your scran off the battery/alternator
I'm sure that's why they have alternators in the first place and leaving them running does them a world of good.
 

ugly

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#11
Boiling meat in a bag? Not sure, if the only thing offputting is the external appearance then eventually you will accustomise your self to it! Its a pity but the article doesnt tell much!
 
#17
Youre not a techie are you.
Leaving a Rover ticking over for long periods is problematic, proved time and time again by vehicles remoted to CPs. It fucks them up.

Now just how efficient is it having that 83 kW Landrover 300 Tdi engine running, for hours on end, just to produce 60W for your steamed egg banjo and is it the best use of taxpayers money?
 
#18
Leaving a Rover ticking over for long periods is problematic, proved time and time again by vehicles remoted to CPs. It fucks them up.

Now just how efficient is it having that 83 kW Landrover 300 Tdi engine running, for hours on end, just to produce 60W for your steamed egg banjo and is it the best use of taxpayers money?
Youve never heard of split charge multi battery systems then.
 
#19
Oh I have, I also know what those batteries cost when some soft twat runs them all flat. You seem to revel in some kind of technical high ground, whereas I suspect you are just a twat. I'll give you another technical term to toy with:

TEMPEST

If the Nazis could find a convoy where one electrical razor was being used, for a few minutes per day, think how popular your chinese civvy invertor might prove to be!
 
#20
Boil-in-a-bag takes on a whole new meaning thanks to Eades Appliance Technology's (EAT) SousVide Supreme Demi. Using a cooking technique that was once the reserve of laboratories and upmarket restaurants, the SousVide Supreme Demi aims to provide home chefs with the means to create perfectly cooked dishes with laboratory precision in a compact, affordable, countertop “water oven” that’s as easy to operate as a slow cooker and only consumes as much power as a 60-watt incandescent bulb.

And on and on and on


Balls to it.
 
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