Sansaire adds a dash of style to home sous vide
Sous vide appliance maker Sansaire has dreamed up a brand-new gadget, the $249 Sansaire Delta. This clip-shaped device mounts on standard household stock pots to create water baths at precisely controlled temperatures. That's a huge help for home gourmets who seek consistent and delicious results, especially when cooking expensive or unforgiving ingredients.
Sansaire says the Delta is designed to gently heat meat, poultry, fish and vegetables to exact degrees of doneness. Like many immersion circulator-style sous vide products, the Delta functions by swirling water inside a large container while heating the liquid to a specific temperature.
Placed in vacuum-sealed plastic bags, food items cook underwater and never beyond the temperature you've selected. It's a technique first pioneered in professional kitchens that has now begun to appear in the home thanks to gadgets like the $199and $250 .
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