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Jason responded to Yvonne when in a recent Live Ask Jason Q&A session she inquired "What is the best choice for a second sous vide machine?" A recommendation for a second sous vide circulator? I'd say same criteria as the first unit. Pick a circulator that has the type of functions that interests you. The Anova Nano is a great bare-bones one, and the Anova Precision cooker has the Wi-Fi and the Bluetooth. The Joule is more kind of fancy. If you tend to be a tech geek, the lack of physical controls on the Joule makes it fun to play around with!
Do You Need a Circulator to Sous Vide? The short answer is, I don't think so. If it works for you, then great. Circulators are really nice to have though. There are many reliable brands at low cost.
Trying to figure out which sous vide machine to buy can be hard because there's so many good options. Here's my quick look at the top 4 circulators and why they are great options.
Here are my thoughts after using the ChefSteps Joule for several months.
Anova recently announced the launch of their newest sous vide circulator, the Anova Nano. It is slated to be sold for under $100 and weighs only 1.4 pounds. It will have a 700 watt heater, and heat less water, but it should be good for small familes or people just getting into sous vide.
We will provide more updates as the unit becomes available and we can do some hands-on testing with it.
Here is how the Kitchen Gizmo sous vide circulator fared on our sous vide benchmark tests.
In order to help safely delay a sous vide cooks we did some experiments to determine how long will an ice bath keep food safe.
How does the ChefStep Joule do compared to other circulators? We put it through our sous vide benchmark tests to find out!
This is a detailed review of the ChefSteps Joule sous vide immersion circulator. This circulator is the first to require a WiFi connection to a smartphone app in order to control it.
This is a detailed review of the Anova Precision Cooker WiFi immersion circulator. This circulator is the first sous vide machine that is connected via WiFi to a smartphone app.
This is a detailed review of the Gourmia GSV130 immersion circulator pod. This circulator is an entry-level unit that has all the capability needed to create amazing meals using sous vide cooking.
The Sansaire Delta is the latest sous vide machine from Sansaire. It should come out in 2017 but we have a preview of how it looks and functions.
With WiFi becoming available on the latest version of many sous vide machines, the question is: Do I need to have WiFi on my sous vide machine? This article will help you answer that question!
The Nomiku immersion circulator sous vide review shows that when attached to a suitable container it will provide an excellent water bath for sous vide cooking.
This is a detailed review of the Anova Precision Cooker, an inexpensive immersion circulator manufactured by Anova Culinary LLC. This circulator, attached to a suitable container, will provide an excellent water bath for sous vide cooking. If you are interested in getting involved with sous vide cooking, this review will give you all of the information you need to determine if the Anova Precision Cooker is the right immersion circulator for your needs.
Sous vide is one of the most popular modernist techniques and one that is pushing modernist cooking into the mainstream. From fancy chefs like Thomas Keller and hit television shows like Iron Chef America and Top Chef to everyday restaurants like Panera, sous vide is popping up everywhere.
Due to the increasing popularity of immersion circulators I thought it would be useful to present a variety of options for the sous vide water bath container. For each type I will cover the advantages and disadvantages as well as indicate where they can be purchased.
There are many different types of sous vide machines available for the home and professional cook but they all have one purpose: to keep the cooking temperature consistent. They do this in different ways and each way has pluses and minuses.
The latest entrant in the sous vide machine market is Mellow, a self-contained sous vide machine. The units are comparably priced to a Sous Vide Supreme at $400 and are shipping in about a year.
Provides a detailed analysis of inexpensive immersion circulators used for sous vide cooking including the Anova, Nomiku and Sansaire. The article focuses on the differences between the units and then makes a recommendation of the best unit.
One common question people ask about different sous vide machines is "How long does it take to heat up the water"? We decided to tackle this question as part of our Sous Vide Machine Benchmark Tests series.
One of the questions we often get asked is "How much energy does sous vide use"? We never knew the answer to this question so we decided to look into it. Energy consumption with sous vide is complicated because it differs greatly based on the device you are using, where in the sous vide process you are, and how much water you are heating.
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