Sous vide cooking, a method of slow cooking food sealed in plastic bags in a water bath, has been a hot culinary trend for several years. One issue for home cooks has been the cost of getting started. You can make your own sous vide system, but if you want to buy a sous vide device, it can get expensive. This is where the Codlo Kickstarter project steps in.
The last time we caught up with a sous vide project on Kickstarter, the Nomiku immersion circulator nearly tripled its goal, but it still cost several hundred dollars. The Codlo gets you in the sous vide door for a $150 pledge price. Plus, visually it looks a bit like a Nest learning thermostat. You won't mind having it sit out in your kitchen.… Read more