Immersion circulators, countertop systems and even full-size stoves have added technology and connectivity to make sous vide easier. Here are the latest sous vide appliances that have made an impression.
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Three small countertop appliances from a manufacturer called Gourmia will work with Amazon's voice-activated assistant.
Anova Culinary will release a $99 version (roughly converted to £80 or AU$135) of its popular sous vide immersion circulator, which could make this cooking method more approachable.
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At-home sous vide devices that let you cook food in a water bath are making their way to American retail shelves.
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