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    Mrs Inor has had that same R2 Unit for about a year now. It is AWESOME! She made some BBQ chicken in it last week that was good enough to make you do crime!

    I was thinking about getting one of those Sous Vivaldy things (not sure if that is the actual name). It is basically an electric stick that you put into a pot of water. The meat and spices goes into vac sealed bag then into the water. The electric stick holds the water at the exact temperature you want the meat cooked to. They supposedly take a while to cook, but it is supposedly really good. You do have to finish the meat on the grill or in a fry pan to get the outside crusty. I was wondering if any of you have tried one and if they work as well as the interwebs say?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inor View Post
    Mrs Inor has had that same R2 Unit for about a year now. It is AWESOME! She made some BBQ chicken in it last week that was good enough to make you do crime!

    I was thinking about getting one of those Sous Vivaldy things (not sure if that is the actual name). It is basically an electric stick that you put into a pot of water. The meat and spices goes into vac sealed bag then into the water. The electric stick holds the water at the exact temperature you want the meat cooked to. They supposedly take a while to cook, but it is supposedly really good. You do have to finish the meat on the grill or in a fry pan to get the outside crusty. I was wondering if any of you have tried one and if they work as well as the interwebs say?
    Inor,

    I've tried Reverse Sear and Sous Vide method of steak cooking and I'm not a fan. Something about boiling meat in a plastic bag in water doesn't do it for me.

    My go to is to get the steak to room temp (plus or minus an hour or so out of the fridge) then either sear in iron skillet on stove or on grill.

    But most days I use the Air Fryer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Inor,

    I've tried Reverse Sear and Sous Vide method of steak cooking and I'm not a fan. Something about boiling meat in a plastic bag in water doesn't do it for me.

    My go to is to get the steak to room temp (plus or minus an hour or so out of the fridge) then either sear in iron skillet on stove or on grill.

    But most days I use the Air Fryer.
    Yeah, I agree. I kind of think that sous vide thing is gay or something. Who the hell boils meat and then fries it? It seems like transgendered steaks or something.
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