Sous Vide immersion circulator

SukkaFoo

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Hi all,

Anyone managed to source a sous vide circulator? I've been looking at the anova but there's currently no 220v option. Not dead set on the anova, but it does seem to be very well rated.
 

janinki

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Banks or culinary equipment company. Yuppiechef also has some but really expensive
 

Polymathic

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well I used my induction cooker on the lowest setting and stired the pot every couple of minutes
 

Randhir

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Hi all,

Anyone managed to source a sous vide circulator? I've been looking at the anova but there's currently no 220v option. Not dead set on the anova, but it does seem to be very well rated.
I've had one for a few years, but was imported from Canada.
 

Kalle

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Isn't : "learn how to cook" the correct answer?
Wrong. Sous vide rules! Once you have tasted the results you don't want to go back to normal cooking.

I got one last year through Amazon and did cost less than R 2k
 

upup

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So this is a slow cooker with a pump inside.

800 watts and 8 liters per minute, max time is 99 hours
 

SukkaFoo

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My Nomiku arrived today. Yay, going to cook something real long this weekend...
 

TEXTILE GUY

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And this is another reason I hang out on mybb .....

My first reaction was .... wtf is a Soux video cooker ...... But after Google assisted me ... I am now a bit wiser. Thank you.

Must admit, I have had experience on the Soux braai, soux stove and soux microwave .... but not this.
 
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