Amazon has the Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Bluetooth Precision Cooker down to $99, which saves you $30 off the normal price. You can also opt for the model without Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, for only $75 instead of $100. However, at this price I'd highly recommend you go for the higher-end version, which received very positive feedback.
This cooker will ensure that you get perfect results every single time. It heats up the water for you, precisely, and circulates the heat evenly so your results are delicious. The app keeps you notified in real time, and when you're done, the cooker stows away neatly thanks to its small form factor.
Sous Vide cookers are pretty simple. They just need a minor bit of prep. You're going to need some bags and a large container you can fill with water. Vacuum-sealed bags are best, but you can squeeze the air out of a Ziploc just fine. Put the Anova in the pot filled with water. Use the free app or the manual controls to set the time and temperature for the food you're making. Put your food in the bag and put the bag in the water with a clip to hold it. The Anova will cook the food under the water.
For recipe ideas, be sure to grab a cookbook.
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