What is Sous Vide Cooking? Here is What You Need to Know.

Sous-vide cooking is a trendy way to cook—from professional chefs to home cooks, everyone is doing it or attempting to do it. But it takes a little knowledge to get the technique down right before you get great results using this method.   What is Sous Vide Sous vide is a cooking technique that heats food with water. Here’s how it works. Food is placed in a vacuum-sealed bag and cooked in a temperature-regulated water bath. The food cooks evenly because it is surrounded by water, not air. This method of cooking makes for flavorful, nutritious, and tasty food. Once you understand the basics, it’s not hard to do, and the results can be restaurant-quality success every time. The first one is an immersion circulator. Just place this device in a pot filled with water, you’re ready to start. It’s compact, so it won’t take up much space. Plus, you’ll need to put your food in a vacuum-sealed bag. You can purchase an expensive vacuum sealer, which will do an excellent job of removing all air from the bag, but it’s more money to shell out. Luckily, there’s another option that doesn’t cost a thing. Zipcca sous vide starter kit which you can put …

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How to get air out of Ziploc bag? No vacuum sealer, No problem.

Ziploc bags are useful for short-term storage due to the ease of opening and closing the bags. The seal on these bags is not rigid enough for long-term food storage. A vacuum sealer is needed for long term food storage. But it is often bulky, expensive equipment that the average home cook wouldn’t normally have. Sure, if you’ve got the space and budget, by all means go for it, but they’re not necessary. That’s because you can simply use ZIPCCA DIY valve to turn a normal Ziplock bag into a vacuum packed bag. Here are the simple steps: STEP 1.  Place your food in the bag STEP 2.  Install ZIPCCA DIY valve into the bag STEP 3.  Seal the bag and extract air out by the handheld pump STEP 4.  Your food is vacuum stored.

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