The Nomiku is a great kitchen gadget, but it's the wrong time to buy one. Shop around for a cheaper competitor -- or hold out for Nomiku 2.0.
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Nomiku's new Wi-Fi-enabled device brings connectivity and accessibility to sous vide cooking.
The SousVant is the best self-contained water bath we've tested. Anova and Nomiku still make better places to start with sous vide, but the SousVant is a fine option if you're ready to dive in.
Due this summer, the new Anova Touch immersion circulator will boast Wi-Fi cooking smarts and a full color capacitive touchscreen.
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For its price, this dependable sous vide cooker is a perfectly reasonable kitchen upgrade, but consider waiting for the feature-rich next generation, with options that'll cost a little less.
The Du3t from 3 Squares marries the venerable slow cooker with a trendy new technique.
GE infuses its new induction ranges with a dash of gourmet sous vide ability.
Ugly looks aside, at just $100, the Dorkfood DSV is an attractive and legitimate sous vide entry point.
The Caso Sous Vide Center offers an all-in-one solution for those wanting to dive into a new method of cooking.
Eades Appliance Technology's SousVide Supreme performs pretty well, but it's missing features that would make it much easier to use.