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£70 off Anova Sous Vide £99.95 @ Anova culinary

£99.95 @ Anovaculinary
This has been £169.95 for ages, excellent reviews and never seen it this cheap! Just ordered one myself and thought a great deal to post my first ever deal. Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
This has been £169.95 for ages, excellent reviews and never seen it this cheap!

Just ordered one myself and thought a great deal to post my first ever deal.
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When I scroll through the deals on here often I just look at the pictures. Sometimes, when I can't work work out what it is from the thumbnail, I enlarge it and when that fails I give in and read the title. On this occasion I read the title, description and then had to follow the link to the website. Done a bit of learning on this Sunday evening!

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3 Likes #1
Good deal, but it's just another gadget to clutter up cupboards!
#2
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.
#3
nbgrobbo
Good deal, but it's just another gadget to clutter up cupboards!


It's a lot smaller than my current sous vide machine.
2 Likes #4
chimp14uk
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.


If you've ever ordered steak, fish or chicken breast in a decent restaurant they probably used a sous vide machine.
3 Likes #5
I paid £110 6 months ago. Fantastic purchase! Top Restaurant standard meat, fish or veg every time. You're always going to get the haters saying it's boil in the bag. They obviously have no idea of the concept and as you say, top chefs/restaurants use them regularly.
3 Likes #6
chimp14uk
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.


How so? You choose the temperature and time. Rare or well done and anything inbetween. You either don't understand or are doing very wrong :|
11 Likes #7
When I scroll through the deals on here often I just look at the pictures. Sometimes, when I can't work work out what it is from the thumbnail, I enlarge it and when that fails I give in and read the title. On this occasion I read the title, description and then had to follow the link to the website. Done a bit of learning on this Sunday evening!
#8
as a chef this item is great
3 Likes #9
I have submitted the price to Amazon, hopefully they will match it in a couple of days.
#10
peroxidase
When I scroll through the deals on here often I just look at the pictures. Sometimes, when I can't work work out what it is from the thumbnail, I enlarge it and when that fails I give in and read the title. On this occasion I read the title, description and then had to follow the link to the website. Done a bit of learning on this Sunday evening!

TL;DR - Sous vide == Boil in the bag (for hipsters).
#11
I paid 125 each with their kickstarter programme. The immersion versions are much better than the tank types as they can take up a lot space. Mine work great so I can highly recommend.
#12
If you eat a steak in a nice restaurant there is a good chance it's cooked in a Sous vide (you can often tell as the steak will look less cooked but will taste as you ordered)....
Hot from me.
Oh and was on the gadget show this week!

Edited By: defard on Dec 04, 2016 20:39
#13
I've got one; great piece of kit.. fantastic steaks every time.
#14
defard

Oh and was on the gadget show this week!

I know their reviews are to be taken with a pinch of salt, but what was the opinion?
1 Like #15
nbgrobbo
defard

Oh and was on the gadget show this week!
I know their reviews are to be taken with a pinch of salt, but what was the opinion?
They were recommending it to someone who likes cooking.
#16
a lotof money for a termometer
3 Likes #17
peroxidase
When I scroll through the deals on here often I just look at the pictures. Sometimes, when I can't work work out what it is from the thumbnail, I enlarge it and when that fails I give in and read the title. On this occasion I read the title, description and then had to follow the link to the website. Done a bit of learning on this Sunday evening!


I know, I was certain it was a vibrator... imagine my disappointment
1 Like #18
chimp14uk
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.
There's always one on this type of thread. ;)
1 Like #19
defard
If you eat a steak in a nice restaurant there is a good chance it's cooked in a Sous vide (you can often tell as the steak will look less cooked but will taste as you ordered)....
Hot from me.
Oh and was on the gadget show this week!

And by "decent" you mean employing shefs who can't can cook a steak without this gizmo and a plastic bag.

Edited By: BenderRodriguez on Dec 07, 2016 09:24
#20
I got mine £80 on eBay from Anova (in disguise) themselves a year ago but this is will a great price not sure if this is the wifi model but I wish I had the wifi model lol
#21
BenderRodriguez
defard
If you eat a steak in a nice restaurant there is a good chance it's cooked in a Sous vide (you can often tell as the steak will look less cooked but will taste as you ordered)....
Hot from me.
Oh and was on the gadget show this week!
And by "decent" you mean employing shefs who can't can cook a steak without this gizmo and a plastic bag.

'Chefs'
#22
nbgrobbo
BenderRodriguez
defard
If you eat a steak in a nice restaurant there is a good chance it's cooked in a Sous vide (you can often tell as the steak will look less cooked but will taste as you ordered)....
Hot from me.
Oh and was on the gadget show this week!
And by "decent" you mean employing shefs who can't can cook a steak without this gizmo and a plastic bag.
'Chefs'

Indeed, phone keyboard typo.
1 Like #23
I might not have a degree in physics, but how exactly does this contraption boil water at 130'c?
1 Like #24
BenderRodriguez
I might not have a degree in physics, but how exactly does this contraption boil water at 130'c?

Fahrenheit you donkey! It warms, not boils.

Edited By: nbgrobbo on Dec 07, 2016 10:44
#25
nbgrobbo
BenderRodriguez
I might not have a degree in physics, but how exactly does this contraption boil water at 130'c?
Fahrenheit you donkey!

Ah, undercoocked, lukewarm food. Yum yum!
#26
BenderRodriguez
nbgrobbo
BenderRodriguez
I might not have a degree in physics, but how exactly does this contraption boil water at 130'c?
Fahrenheit you donkey!
Ah, undercoocked, lukewarm food. Yum yum!

Yep, you've clearly not got a degree in physics.
#27
nbgrobbo
BenderRodriguez
nbgrobbo
BenderRodriguez
I might not have a degree in physics, but how exactly does this contraption boil water at 130'c?
Fahrenheit you donkey!
Ah, undercoocked, lukewarm food. Yum yum!
Yep, you've clearly not got a degree in physics.

If it makes people cook their food in a plastic bag, I don't think I'm missing much.
1 Like #28
chimp14uk
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.
You don't understand and you are doing it very wrong.
#29
JasonThomas2014
a lot of money for a thermometer
?
#30
Can't be any good if the meat doesn't come out black on the outside, tough and dry on the inside (_;)
#31
A what?
#32
Julian30
chimp14uk
Brilliant if you want your food to taste uncooked.

If you've ever ordered steak, fish or chicken breast in a decent restaurant they probably used a sous vide machine.

Oh man, that mad me laugh so hard, it was a joke right? Right?
#33
BenderRodriguez
defard
If you eat a steak in a nice restaurant there is a good chance it's cooked in a Sous vide (you can often tell as the steak will look less cooked but will taste as you ordered)....
Hot from me.
Oh and was on the gadget show this week!

And by "decent" you mean employing shefs who can't can cook a steak without this gizmo and a plastic bag.


Actually it allows them to be cooked before its even ordered as they can stay cooking for far longer without being overdone. If medium rare steak is most popular you prepare and cook them in advance and serve when required without worrying about overcooking it.
#34
Genuine question: could you get a similar result from a slow cooker full of water? monitored of course.
#35
Bencrossji
Genuine question: could you get a similar result from a slow cooker full of water? monitored of course.

You could, it would be a pain it the ass keeping getting the correct temperature and keeping it though
#36
Bencrossji
Genuine question: could you get a similar result from a slow cooker full of water? monitored of course.
If you're technically minded, you can make one with a raspberry pi and a biscuit tin...!
#37
wondering how you could insulate a container to stop heat loss and prevent water from being evaporated

Edited By: turbo_c on Dec 07, 2016 22:34: spelling
#38
turbo_c
wondering how you could insulate a container to stop heat loss and prevent water from being evaporated

Not with this kit. Is there a hybrid pressure cooker?
#39
I've used a old slow cooker and a beer cooler with tin foil over the top.
#40
Just beware that they're selling way beyond capacity right now and there's a month lead time for shipping.

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