16 Comments

  1. Barbara Schieving

    So many great tips. Sous Vide has been on my bucket list to try for a while now.

  2. Susan

    There are a bunch of missing words in the post. Thank you for for sponsoring my learning curve. The pot I use most is. etc.

    • Susan

      I think it is my ad blocker actually. Sorry!

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  3. Kevon

    I use my Instant Pot for sous vide prepping for groups smaller than 3. The insulation makes the process more efficient and faster to reach desired temperature. For larger groups, I use a 4 gallon Igloo cooler with a hole cut out of the lid so the sous vide stick can fit through. My brother made the mistake of using a 2 gallon stock pot directly on a granite counter. It took nearly 40 minutes to reach temperature due to the heat transfer.

  4. Pam

    Tell me why this is a good thing? How is it better than conventional methods?

  5. Nancy

    Good article, but it seems like a draft. It’s missing words in several places.

    • Emma Christensen

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  6. DannyM

    For those with a large enamel Dutch oven (like a big Le Creuset or similar) – these are perfect. The best part is that you can fill them and start them over a typical burner (under your range hood, which is a great help in removing the evaporated water) and heat them almost to temp there. Using a typical kitchen thermometer and a big wooden spoon to stir allows you to get to about 10 degrees below the target; kill the heat BEFORE inserting the Sous Vide. The cast iron holds the heat so well, the circulator will have an easy time keeping the heat at the perfect level.

  7. JC

    Recipes are not being displayed. There is a word missing in the 2nd sentence of “What pot should I use?” section.

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