Sous Vide is the latest and greatest cooking method to make it’s way into home kitchens. This ultra-low, slow and super accurate method of cooking, once reserved for high-end restaurants, is more accessible now than it’s ever been. Thanks, in part, to celebrity chefs and television cooking programing, sous vide has gone from cooking oddity to dinner option.
In the past we’ve talked about cooking low and slow; it’s the technique used by barbecue pitmasters to prepare traditional BBQ cuts. Meat is left at low temperatures (250-300°F) for long periods of time (up to 24 hours). Well, here’s another technique for preparing your favorite cuisine that involves going even lower, and much slower, than anything you’re used to. Welcome to Sous-vide 101!