When I first reviewed the Anova Precision Cooker with Bluetooth and wi-fi, I really liked the machine's ability to keep a nice even temperature when you do water bath cooking.
With the method that we call sous vide cooking.
But the one thing I didn't like about this immersion circulator was its app.
The wi-fi version of the Anova app was really measly when I first got my hands on it.
Recently Anova updated the wi-fi version of its app.
This app has really great cooking guides and even a set-up that will teach you how to cook your food First by putting it in an ice water bath to keep it at a safe temperature all day and then let you start your [UNKNOWN] cooking so you can have a nice lets say steak by the time you get home.
Now not much has changed with the Anova itself.
You still have the same precision cooker that's really great at keeping good temperatures but this App really changes the game.
It makes connecting with this device, and cooking with the device, a lot easier, and a lot more enjoyable.
It's just a really flexible tool to add to your kitchen.
The [UNKNOWN] precision cooker with wi-fi is $200.
Which is a pretty good investment if you want to add something new to your kitchen But I find that with the app updates and the company's promise to keep updating the app and making it as good as the original.
That this is a purchase that might be worthwhile for a lot of folks that are interested in precision cooking.
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