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SousVide Supreme Special Promo Package


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  • SOUS VIDE ULTIMATE BUNDLE
  • VACUUM SEALER (includes 10 bags), COOKBOOK
  • LID PAD, INSTRUCTIONS

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  • Shipping Weight: 26 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004YG1PX2
  • Item model number: SVS10-LSPROMO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,849 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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LARGE 10 L SOUS VIDE SUPREME WATER OVEN WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: THE SOUS VIDE OVEN, VACUUM SEALER (INCLUDES 10 BAGS), COOKBOOK, LID PAD


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It's not too large or difficult to move around, and the more room you have, the more stable the temperature will stay.
Andrew Mccomas
It adds another step to the sealing process, but saves lots of money and is much more convenient when things (like roasts) don't fit in the normal-size bags.
Duane A. Priest
Fortunately I have a small commercial type sealer and it works great so I was still able to use it the first day I got it!
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Duane A. Priest on June 28, 2011
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I purchased this product on a lark actually... I was familiar with the concept of sous vide cooking and was intrigued by the idea, plus I thought it would be and interesting product to experiment with for one who loves to cook. After preparing my first meal I fell in love with the whole package! The SousVide Supreme is a relatively simple device: generally speaking it's just an insulated water bath with a very precise temperature control. The Supreme version is stainless steel but has a shiny, polished lid and looks great sitting in an out-of-the way area on my counter. I'm not nuts about the separate insulating pad that you place on top of the unit while it's in use, but it doesn't look that bad and it works. Like another reviewer, I'd much rather see an insulated lid and make the pad go away. It's placed in an out-of-the-way location because it's used often and for extended periods... this is not for speedy preparations, so placing it in the middle of the counter makes it a bit in the way.

I purchased the Promo kit, so I also received the SousVide Supreme Sealer, an assortment of bags and seasoning sheets, plus an excellent starter recipe book. The sealer may not be the most heavy duty unit nor the fanciest, but it doesn't look bad and it does work fairly well. I'm sure I'll replace it at some point in time if/when it breaks, but for now I'm quite happy with it. It does work well with the bags provided, and I've purchased a number of additional bags already in preparation for future cooking. I really like the rolls of bag material you can use to create your own right-sized bags rather than the more expensive, pre-sized bags.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Mccomas on May 2, 2012
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I have a culinary degree, and I really enjoy some of the more scientific experimentation side of cooking, often called molecular gastronomy. Sous vide cooking is something I've been interested for quite some time, and I've done a fair bit of research into finding an economical way to try it myself. I considered everything from the sous vide controllers that plug into a rice cooker, to building my own immersion circulator, to trying to find a cheap used immersion circulator. I kept coming back to the SousVide Supreme. It is a little more expensive than other options, but it had received great reviews, and had everything I wanted in a fairly space efficient, attractive unit. And it came bundled with a decent vacuum sealer and bags. At not much larger than a bread machine, it isn't that difficult to store out of the way when not in use. The included rack for the bags is great for keeping bags separated to allow proper water flow between them.

I haven't personally seen the slightly smaller Demi model, but I think that the Supreme is a much better choice. It's not too large or difficult to move around, and the more room you have, the more stable the temperature will stay.

And it does stay fairly stable. When you first add food, it will drop several degrees, but that's to be expected without a high end immersion circulator. Once the temperature comes back up, it remains stable to about +/- 1 degree F. Not accurate enough for some very specific preparations I've seen using sous vide, but most of those also require a chamber vacuum sealer as well.

I have both "Under Pressure" and "Modernist Cuisine," which both have a lot of sous vide preparations.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By galerian65 on September 22, 2011
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it definetly is a good product, before i bougth it i was a little worried about the energy consumption but after i got my energy bill i realized that is not a problem, even when i used it for many days in a row...
it is very easy to use and when you buy the whole package is just great.
the only cons that i found about this product, tiny cons, are:

1-aparently the vacuum sealer only works with bags of the same brand, i tried to use it with other kind of vacuum bags and did't work.
2-you have to be very careful about the exterior of the sous vide machine, i got the silver one, and after a few uses i noticed that the exterior was rusting a little bit, so try to have a cloth at han every time you use it and keep it dry at all times.

it is a good product and you would be amazed by the quality of the food you cook there...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Stuart Gitlow TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 9, 2012
The SousVide device is a water bath which maintains the water at a precise temperature for cooking. The unit consists of the tub, a perforated platform within the well (so that food doesn't sit on the floor of the tub), and a rack that allows you to place several bags within the tub simultaneously without the bags touching one another. As you know, to cook food using this method requires that you first air-seal the food within a plastic bag. I found the unit to work perfectly. The only time I needed to refer closely to the instructions was to turn the device on, which requires that you hold the power button down for a few seconds. We tested the device with a 1.2 pound pork tenderloin. I seasoned the pork with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and added some fresh rosemary and a pat of butter. I placed the assembly into a plastic bag, then sealed it with the included vacuum sealer. That took just a moment. I tossed the bag back in the refrigerator and waited a little while for the water bath to come up to 140°F. At about 2 hours, I opened the unit and turned the bag over.

If you're not careful opening the unit by removing the top lid, condensation which has collected on the lid will spill all over. I've since moved the unit close to the sink. This also makes for easy filling/emptying. At about 3 hours, I started cooking some potatoes and broccoli on the stovetop and when both were ready, I removed the pork from the SousVide tub. This is easy, since at 140°, you won't burn yourself if you touch the water briefly. The tenderloin, about 2" thick in the middle but considerably thinner at both ends, was an absolute perfect medium cook, with a solid color throughout. It was juicy, tender, and as perfect a tenderloin as I've ever seen.
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