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No idea if this shit works though.
 

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My buddy has a Joule and he says he wished he had an Anova instead. Something something Joule requires your phone I think?
 

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My buddy has a Joule and he says he wished he had an Anova instead. Something something Joule requires your phone I think?
oh shit
ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide, 1100 Watts, White Body, Stainless Steel Cap & Base

this thing is horrible, there are no buttons on the joule at all, other than the pairing button, once you dl the app you need a stupid account from chefsteps, then you need to add the joule to your wifi or keep your phone on and in bt range or the shit don't work.
 

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Wow, that is just bad design. Costs twice what I paid for the annovo as well
 

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Not sure about Canada but Anova's go on sale quite often(or used to).I got the non Bluetooth/wifi version for $85 us around a year ago. Not sure you can get that model anymore tho.
 

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I've been tasked with prime rib cookery. Figure I'll do this guide:

Sous Vide Prime Rib

Sans fancy sous vide cooker.

Gonna do muh beer cooler.
 

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I'm buying you an Anova for Canadian Christmas.
 

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lol @ islam socks
 

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Just joined the sous vide club today, have a couple NY strips going right now.

Looking forward to trying this thing out
 

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Man, very first time using the sous vide and I think these are probably the best steaks I've ever cooked.

I'm going to love this thing I think.
 

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Anyone sous vide eggs? I'd like to do them over night so I can throw them in before bed and have enough eggs done for the whole family in the morning. What temperature do you use? Can they be in that long?
 

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Are you talking about the perfect soft boiled eggs that have the almost custard texture?

Also, I made off da hook tortilla soup, and I've come to the realization that tortilla soup is basically soup-chili with chicken.
 

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I went to a brewery on Saturday and there was this food truck that cooked all their food in a sous vide. I went for the grilled cheese though. That tomato soup was really fucking good.

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Anyone sous vide eggs? I'd like to do them over night so I can throw them in before bed and have enough eggs done for the whole family in the morning. What temperature do you use? Can they be in that long?
I did 2 last night at 165. They were great....just like hard boiled eggs with better texture.

I'm going to try cracking a few into a shot glass, cover it with plastic wrap and a rubber band, and then soft "boil" then for eggs Benedict. I think ~140 was the recommendation I saw for soft boiled, but not positive.