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New & Improved Gourmia GSV140 Immersion Sous Vide Pod 2nd Generation Circulator Accurate Cooking Digital Timer 1200 Watts Black Includes Gourmet Recipe Book
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- CLIP & COOK: Clip on to your (heat-safe) bucket, pot, or pan for completely hands-free precision circulating and cooking.
- DELICIOUSLY TENDER: Constant 360º water circulation maintains even and gentle heat- cooking food to moist perfection while allowing rich, deep, flavor saturation.
- DIGITAL DISPLAY: Conveniently slanted LCD control panel features hyper-accurate, set and working time/temperature readings. Use the rotating wheel to easily adjust your preferred cooking settings.
- COMPACT POWER: Don’t let it’s size fool you. This immersion pod boasts 1200 watts of precise, cooking power.
- ETL CERTIFIED: We, at Gourmia, take the quality of our products seriously. This product is ETL certified so you can be confident that you’re receiving a safe, efficient, high quality appliance.
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Can we tell you a secret?
It’s how the best chefs in the world get the most moist, mouth-watering dishes- every single time.
And now you can too!
This Gourmia GSV140 Sous Vide Pod simplifies the entire process,
and packs in the power of much larger, complex sous vide oven alternatives into one immersion pod POWERHOUSE.
It’s small enough to stick in a drawer, but don’t let it’s size fool you.
This Sous Vide boasts 1200 watts of hands-free cooking power.
Simply clip on to your (heat safe) pot, pan, or bucket,and use the rotating time/temperature wheel to easily adjust your preferred cooking settings.
Then drop in your bags of food, and walk away!
The bright, slanted LCD control panel features a hyper accurate thermostat to the +/- 0.1º degree.
The Pod will circulate constantly to maintain an even and gentle water temperature, cooking food to moist perfection, while allowing rich, deep, flavor saturation.
Check out the free recipe book for some of our favorite Sous Vide recipes, like Butter-Poached Beet Salad with Pecans, Turkey Breast with Cranberry Chutney, and White Chocolate Creme Brulee!
Gourmia’s mission is to make everyday cooking easy, healthy, and delicious. Our products deliver a higher standard of innovation, performance, and value. Our founders are experts in the modern world of small appliances and are passionate about providing our customers with dependable, efficient tools that will make life in the kitchen fun and easy.
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Decided to update after another cookout.
I filled my stainless cook pot with hot water from the faucet. I was going to add three gallon ziplock bags off meat. So I turn the unit on to heat up the water. After a few second I get a odd beeping and then an error code displayed, "E05". Noooo, couldn't believe the unit failed after using it just one time. So I read through a few comments and find that low water displays error, "E05". Hmm, so I add some more water and apologize to my non-malfunctioning GSV140. In fairness to me, I had left the water lower in anticipation of adding the 3 meat bags to the water. So now my GSV140 has heated the water to 139 f. The meat I chose was a Texas boneless beef ribs. Which is a fancy name for Chuck roast that has been sliced in long strips sorta like ribs. I might add, I paid 2.99 a pound for the meat in hopes of creating 8.99 a pound Rib-eyes. So I added some spices to the meat. I did add more spice this time after finding that the meat was a tad under spiced last time. I had read that the spice concentrated in the bag, but so far I have not found that to be a problem. I once again set the timer for 36 hours and clothes pinned the bags to the side of the pot with the meat portion hanging in the heated water completely. At 36 hours I found that I had not really timed my cooking very well. It was 10 pm and no one wanted to eat at 10pm. So I reset the time again and continued cooking. The next day, after 47 hours of continuous cooking it was ready, err, I was ready to eat. I had decided to use my grill this time and had the grill hot and waiting. I pulled the bags out of the GSV140 and added a little more salt and pepper. I also tasted some of it right out of the bag, mmmm. So I seared the meat on the grill for about 2 minutes on each side. Once again, wow. The texture was along the lines of prime rib. The flavor was a deep rich beefy flavor that we all once again agreed was wonderful. Anyway, 2 uses and 83 hours later I still think my GSV140 is the best.
Ok, finally found some decent steaks on sale. 3 NY Strips and 1 T-bone. This was a 3 hour cook at 140f. Pic 1 shows the uncooked steaks. #2 shows the Gourmia heating up the water in a pot. #3 shows the bags freshly submerged in the 140 degree water. #4 shows the plastic wrap covering the pot to hold in the water evaporation. #5 shows a cooked NY Strip being seared. #6 shows the T-bone being seared. #7 shows a NY Strip plated with dipping sauce, rice and Mushrooms. No tough steaks can be found, only tender perfection. Also, I'm finding that during the searing you should get the skillet fairly hot and then add some oil(I used sesame oil) re-season the meat, I'm finding that the searing stage you should add a decent amount of seasoning and drop some butter in the skillet and plop the meat on top of it. Wonderful flavors and I am getting better at this each time. This 'meat stuff' is getting addicting, seriously.
Enjoy folks. We certainly did....Unless this breaks this will be my final update. I'm happy, A Happy Customer.
It is very easy to use. I am extremely happy with this product and definitely recommend it.
We normally use it in a container filled with about 8.5 gallons of water, which allows us to cook several packages of meat at the same time. This technique also does amazing soft boiled eggs. The mounting clip allows the unit to be used in any container deep enough to get the water level at least midway up the stainless steel barrel.