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Sous Vide at Home Setup Guide Available on Cooking For Engineers

Posted 19 January, 2011 at 8:31pm by Michael Chu
(Filed under: Cooking For Engineers)

Cooking sous vide at home is something I do about once a week. It's a fun cooking technique that can produce amazing results, especially with proteins. I've tried a lot of different, easy to put together, sous vide cooking setups and personally prefer the large rice cooker with PID controller solution. It's what I use most of the time, and it's given me great results. For people just starting out in sous vide cooking or who want to learn more about how to go about doing it at home, I wrote up a guide to various ways you can do it at home starting with the lowest cost solutions to the expensive immersion circulators.

Sous vide at home guide
Rice cooker and PID controller

1 comment to Sous Vide at Home Setup Guide Available on Cooking For Engineers

Paul, August 20th, 2011 at 1:29 pm:

  • Sorry to be off topic, but I love your website Cooking for Engineers, but I couldn't find any sort of recipe generator - for example if I have my own recipe I'd like to make in the same format as your recipe cards - do you have any tips on the best way to make them as stylish as yours? or do you just use excel and such?