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Master Chef Sous Vide - 19.77 [YMMV]

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PaCo2016 wrote: I'm in CT Limbo , I guess . I ordered it to Erb Street CT in KW - made it my favorite store and ordered it for pickup for 20 $ (28 minutes away) . I got an email saying it was being processed and wait for next email . Nothing for the last 16 hours . No email , CT site says it's still processing and Stocktrack says 0 at the store (3 when I ordered) .
They called back the next day. They ran out of stock (after I had ordered) , so now they have ordered one from the warehouse . It should be at their store in a week - at the price I paid online -19.97 $ Thanks CT !!!!
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Dec 10, 2019
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Vancouver, BC
Got one for $39.99 in Coquitlam, BC.
Tried it out last night, steak turned out well but for the amount of time it takes to fully cook it seems bit long.
How long does it take to fully get a 2 - 3 steaks to 130degrees? And does size / cut varies?
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Feb 24, 2020
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ChaiHerb wrote: Got one for $39.99 in Coquitlam, BC.
Tried it out last night, steak turned out well but for the amount of time it takes to fully cook it seems bit long.
How long does it take to fully get a 2 - 3 steaks to 130degrees? And does size / cut varies?
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You are suppose to let it heat up to the temp you want before placing the steaks in. Then depending on how thick it is the cooking time can be anywhere between 2.5-4 hours from my experience
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Feb 3, 2019
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ChaiHerb wrote: Got one for $39.99 in Coquitlam, BC.
Tried it out last night, steak turned out well but for the amount of time it takes to fully cook it seems bit long.
How long does it take to fully get a 2 - 3 steaks to 130degrees? And does size / cut varies?
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2-3 hours @ 135F. Doesnt matter how many cut and size. Just make sure they aint touching
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Feb 6, 2008
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ChaiHerb wrote: Got one for $39.99 in Coquitlam, BC.
Tried it out last night, steak turned out well but for the amount of time it takes to fully cook it seems bit long.
How long does it take to fully get a 2 - 3 steaks to 130degrees? And does size / cut varies?
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It’s not a “need steak ASAP” tool. But it’s brilliant to hold a bunch of steaks at medium rare for up to an hour before you want to sear them — which makes a dinner party so much more relaxing. All time pressure is off.

(Not that I’m buying steak at inflation prices these days…)
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May 31, 2016
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For $20 if it's at my local I'll get it to try. I do a lot of smoking and freeze the meats in single serve vacuum bags and boil to reheat as is. Would be interesting to see the difference using this to reheat.
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Mar 24, 2016
56 posts
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Works great for roasts that take a long time as a set it and forget it for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners

It works best for pork because that easily gets overcooked

Also, don't underestimate SV vegetables too - maple glazed carrots, i've made beets, mashed potatoes too
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Feb 6, 2008
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Or chicken breasts! Hold at 150 degrees long enough and it’s perfectly safe, plus way juicier than the traditional 165 degrees with “normal” cooking.
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bwr827 wrote: It’s not a “need steak ASAP” tool. But it’s brilliant to hold a bunch of steaks at medium rare for up to an hour before you want to sear them — which makes a dinner party so much more relaxing. All time pressure is off.

(Not that I’m buying steak at inflation prices these days…)
I have an Inkbird model - and the reason for a having the "sit 'n sear" option was exactly why I picked up one from CT.
crazyzeus wrote:
Also, don't underestimate SV vegetables too - maple glazed carrots, i've made beets, mashed potatoes too
I did this last Christmas and it was great. All vegs were cooked before - but they sat in a warm bath to reheat and stay nice and warm. It was perfect.
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Aug 27, 2008
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A couple left at the Ottawa Bank and Heron location.
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ChaiHerb wrote: Got one for $39.99 in Coquitlam, BC.
Tried it out last night, steak turned out well but for the amount of time it takes to fully cook it seems bit long.
How long does it take to fully get a 2 - 3 steaks to 130degrees? And does size / cut varies?
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Thickness of the cuts will matter, as well as type, as some you may want to break down more or less. There are many guides such as this:
https://www.seriouseats.com/food-lab-co ... vide-steak

You can preheat the water before adding in your food to have more stable temperature from start to finish, but I don't bother.
If you have a covered vessel it'll be much quicker and easier to hold temps.
I use an ikea 365+ container with gasket lid ($10.99 total, but only the lid is showing online now. Online shipping also sucks, costs like $10 and the lids were ALL broken) that I'd also put in to a cooler to insulate.
(for 3D printing people, the Ikea containers also fit 2x spindles well). The container warps a bit from the heat, depending on how hot you get it, but not enough that it actually melts or anything.

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Apr 18, 2012
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bk wrote:


If you have a covered vessel it'll be much quicker and easier to hold temps.
I use an ikea 365+ container with gasket lid ($10.99 total, but only the lid is showing online now. Online shipping also sucks, costs like $10 and the lids were ALL broken) that I'd also put in to a cooler to insulate.
(for 3D printing people, the Ikea containers also fit 2x spindles well). The container warps a bit from the heat, depending on how hot you get it, but not enough that it actually melts or anything.
Do you cut a hole in the lid to fit in the Sous Vide?
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snowwhitebear wrote: Do you cut a hole in the lid to fit in the Sous Vide?
Yep. I put some masking tape over it, then marked out a circle.
If you have a dremel to cut it it'll probably be easiest. An X-acto was taking forever, so I just used a soldering iron like an electric hot knife to melt it out Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

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Apr 18, 2012
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uklamen wrote: There are plenty available at $25. Milton Ontario for instance has a lot of $25.

For me it was $10.99 for one shipped, $29.99 for 5. I only needed 5, so not sure how many I could have got for $30 shipping.
It's $14.99 to ship one, and $20 to ship 2 in BC
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May 22, 2011
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THORNHILL
If anyone has an extra in the GTA please let me know thanks
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Oct 8, 2010
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GTA
Same... If anyone has extra GTA I'd like to take one please
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snowwhitebear wrote: It's $14.99 to ship one, and $20 to ship 2 in BC
I'm sure it's dependant on location. I was only maybe 5 hour drive away from the store.

Next question is finding a good deal on a container and rack to go with it.
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Apr 18, 2012
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uklamen wrote: I'm sure it's dependant on location. I was only maybe 5 hour drive away from the store.
I tried, even the store within 1 hour drive away, that's still $14.99 shipping cost in BC. So, can just pick one further out but at lower price.

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