How To Cook Sous Vide at Home

Food cooked sous vide—simmered in vacuum-sealed plastic bags—becomes incredibly moist and flavorful. And now this chefs' method is coming...
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Pot and Thermometer

Using a pot fitted with a candy thermometer is a great way to try the sous vide technique without a big investment. It works best for recipes that take less than an hour, since the water temperature requires monitoring.

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