What is Sous Vide?
Sous Vide is a French term that means “under pressure.” In this cooking technique, food is vacuum sealed using a vacuum sealer and then heated in the temperature-controlled water oven. Similar to a slow cooker, you can start the SousVide water oven in the morning, go to work, and come home to a perfectly cooked meal. It’s that simple! This technique was first developed in the 1970’s by a gourmet chef. It's only recently become available to home cooks, mostly thanks to the folks at SousVide Supreme.
The SousVide Demi water oven features an insulating lid blanket, detachable cord, and a universal pouch rack. The temperature is fully adjustable from 86 to 210 degrees Fahrenheit for precise temperature control. It weighs 10 pounds and has a 2.3 gallon capacity.
The stainless SousVide Supreme Kit water oven features a 3 gallon capacity, sleek stainless steel design, and a lid that doubles as a drip tray for pouch transport. It’s fully adjustable from 86 to 210 degrees Fahrenheit, has a detachable cord, and operates quietly. With the included recipe book, you’ll be ready to start SousVide cooking right away.
Sous Vide at Pleasant Hill Grain
Contact our customer service representatives at Pleasant Hill Grain if you have any questions about the SousVide machines.
Please note that sous vide cooking works best if the food is vacuum sealed prior to cooking. Check out the SousVide Supreme Vacuum Sealer VS3000, the SousVide Supreme Zip Bag Sealer, and all the other brands of available at Pleasant Hill Grain.