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Anova Culinary Bluetooth Precision Cooker for sous-vide cooking works with iPhone, on sale $139 (reg. $179)

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Learning chefs that want to get a start on cooking sous-vide and get restaurant quality results, take a look at Amazon’s Gold Box deal today with the Anova Culinary Bluetooth Precision Cooker currently available at $139 (normally $179). Anova’s precision cooker clamps to the side of any deep pot or tank and continuously circulates the water inside to ensure that food is cooked evenly throughout. Connect the Anova to an iPhone via Bluetooth, and you can then wirelessly control and monitor food easily, even finding new recipes to use.

With sous-vide cooking, preparing foods at a consistent temperature is key. Pairing the Anova Culinary Bluetooth Precision Cooker with the Anova Culinary iOS app allows users to set it and forget, knowing that the food will be cooked perfectly each time. No more worrying about keeping an eye out on the food in the oven, or overcooking food on accident.

The Anova Culinary Bluetooth Precision Cooker is on sale today only at $139 and includes Prime shipping. The Anova Culinary iOS app is available for free from the App Store and is compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 7.0 or later.

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  1. chrisl84 - 7 years ago

    I almost jumped on this product a while back because I do believe it will result in perfectly cooked meat but the fact that you can’t really cook to more than one level one doneness means you and your company have to all like their meats prepared the same. If you prefer medium rare but your company does not, one of you is gonna be sol without jumping through hoops…..not to mention that you still have to sear them too.

    • PhilBoogie - 7 years ago

      Of course you can cook a steak bleu, saignant, à point or bien cuit. What do you think, chefs require their clientele only to come in when everyone is in unison on how their meat is cooked?

      • chrisl84 - 7 years ago

        Ummm no, research the product. If you want two steaks to different doneness AT THE SAME TIME you most certainly can not, without cooking one, freezing it, cooking the other and then reheating the first. Chefs have MULTIPLE machines moron creating multiple waterbaths.

      • Greg Barbosa - 7 years ago

        No name calling here. Keep it civil or just don’t comment.

      • chrisl84 - 7 years ago

        My explanation of the process comes straight from Anova support, FWIW

      • Jack Trainor - 7 years ago

        Re: Cooking two steaks at different temps / serving at the same time (for example one medium well and one medium rare). Cook the medium well one at 155 for aprox an hour. After that one is done LEAVE IT IN THE WATER and lower the temp to 130 for the medium rare and cook the second steak for about an hour. When it’s done take them both out, sear then serve. Takes longer (but if you’re using sous-vide you’re most likely not in a huge rush anyway) but it is most definitely possible.

      • Greg Barbosa - 7 years ago

        Thanks for this Jack. Great tip.

  2. PhilBoogie - 7 years ago

    What I don’t get is why she calls this sous vide cooking without vacuuming the bag. This is how sous vide cooking is done.This is what sous vide means.

    • Greg Barbosa - 7 years ago

      Agreed. I would consider this a “quick start” into sous-vide. Luckily I just picked up a FoodSaver so it all timed out well.