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SousVide Supreme Cobalt Blue Demi Water Oven Electric Vacuum Cooker


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  • Cobalt blue stainless steel
  • 110-120 volt
  • Locks in flavor and preserves nutritional quality
  • Simple push-button operation
  • LED display

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B004CO5R76
  • Item model number: SVS09L
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #436,283 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The same convenience of the SousVide supreme but in a smaller appliance, the SousVide supreme demi water oven locks in the full, true flavors and preserves the nutritional quality of whatever you cook in it. Constructed from stainless steel, it features a shiny cobalt blue exterior and a sleek all-in-one design. The sous vide cooking technique is a method of cooking foods in vacuum-sealed pouches by fully submerging them in a water bath at a constant temperature. Simple to operate with a push-button control, it has an LED digital display with a temperature range of 86 to 210 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 to 99 degrees Celsius, and a temperature control to one degree Fahrenheit or to 0.5 degrees Celsius. Energy-efficient and quiet, this water oven uses as much electricity as a 60W light bulb at 110 to 120 volts. It takes up the same amount of counter space as a crock pot, yet has a maximum cooking capacity of up to 8.7 liters. The SousVide supreme demi water oven is a time-saving, hands-off way to prepare delicious meals and its timer has a maximum range of 99 hours with an audible beep when time is up. Included with the oven is a cooking pouch rack, a user manual with 15 recipes, an instructional DVD, a detachable power cord, and a perforated bottom grill.

11-1/4" L x 11" W x 13" H, with an 8.7 liter capacity

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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on April 15, 2011
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The Sous Vide Supreme Demi is absolutely amazing. It has done a brilliant job on the meats and vegetables I've cooked in this unit. It has easily been the best purchase I made for my kitchen ever (along with the FoodSaver vacuum sealer of course). I usually hate cooking, but I'm having so much fun cooking with this unit, because the food comes out amazing. I think its harder to screw up the cooking with the Sous Vide Supreme than it is to do it right.

I've experimented with all kinds of tough cuts of beef (because the manufacturer says it can do it) and boy does it ever. I took some tough beef shoulder steaks that were cut bigger than I wanted as a steak, I tried to cut them down raw into smaller steaks but they weren't budging with my knives, I cooked them for about 16 hours overnight in the Sous Vide Supreme Demi overnight at the 134 degrees and when I took out the huge steak to sear it, the steak literally fell into three smaller steaks while trying to flip it. And the meat was amazingly tender. And it's turned bacon wrapped fillets I've gotten from Costco into wonderful steaks as well.

Probably the most amazing difference was when I bought a turkey breast to cook up. I've never cooked a turkey in my life and I watched the YouTube videos for the William-Sonoma Immersion Cooker to get an idea of how to do it. I didn't want to deal with the cutting up a whole turkey, so I bought just the breast portion of the turkey at Whole Foods, brined it like it was suggested, cut off the skin, seasoned it, put the turkey in a Foodsaver bag, added some butter, vacuum sealed it and cooked it, it turned into the most amazingly moist and tender turkey breast I've ever tasted, and I can't believe I cooked it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By InventorNC on October 21, 2011
I have had my SV Supreme for about a year now and am getting the hang of cooking tasty meat. Since tender meat is often not tasty, and visa versa, I am finding that some cuts that I would not ordinarily buy are great tasting, tender and at very low prices. I buy at Costco - they seem to be careful of the cleanliness of their food products. I believe that my SVS will save me its cost in time while providing me with better tasting food.

I have vacuum food machines too. The best is my new chamber sealer that seals inexpensive bags, not the expensive ones used with the less expensive sealers like Food Saver. The chamber sealer will seal wet foods whereas the others wont, another nice advantage. I am going to make some BBQ ribs later - slathered with BBQ sauce. should be good!

Watch YouTube for some good lessons on sous vide cooking.
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11 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Possum Bean on September 16, 2011
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Is so strong when you turn on the machine that I have to sit it on top of my stove and turn on the overhead venting fan. Today was the 5th time I have used the SousVide Supreme and I forgot to turn on the fan after setting up tonight's dinner to cook. Wow, did I get a reminder when I came back into the kitchen. In case you think the burning plastic smell is going to abate after time I would say that I don't think that is going to happen. Running it for 24 hours over the course of a week has not diminished the smell at all. The machine works great, I have made steaks and salmon so far, but the surely toxic smell of burning plastic is why I can only give it 3 stars.
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20 of 80 people found the following review helpful By GameDrop on December 28, 2011
This review is for the Black SousVide Supreme Demi Sous Vide Water Oven. I just got this as a Christmas present, opened it up, read the user guide and watched the included DVD. And I'm disgusted. We were planning on using it today for the first time to cook up a few steaks, but let me list all of the problems with this product:

1) The "User Guide" is extremely sparse. There is very little to no mention of how to use a few of the parts. This implies that you need to watch the DVD, which we did.

2) The DVD turns out to be little more than an ad for the product. Imagine what you would see running on a screen next to a stack of these on a BJ's or Costco endcap, or during an infomercial. It did finally show one of the questions I had after reading the User Guide, which was how to use the wire rack. However, it just generated another question. Once the woman doing the demo put the rack in vertically, I wondered how it would stand there in the water. The DVD skips over this entirely and just cuts away while she is still holding the rack upright.

3) The DVD also mentions a "User Guide" that is organized differently than the items in the product box. The DVD mentions a single "User Guide", and even refers to it visually when displaying the cooking chart and the recipe list onscreen. This does NOT match what you receive in the box, which is 3 separate booklets; the sparse instruction manual, a separate little recipe booklet, and a separate cooking chart folding card.

4) The separate cooking chart folding card does NOT match the information that is displayed onscreen on the DVD. This is a problem for following along, as the one section that they bother referring to during the DVD demo does not match the included card's heading.
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