Ok sounds great thank you
Is there a specific Sous Vide that we have to use commercially? i have a simple Joule and i love it. works great, very accurate.
RON PARRISH Regular Contributors Cast Iron Canning Team Orange Power User Veteran Ohio last edited by
PaPaSmokes dont think so. I just bought an inkbird 1000w and it works great
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I have an Anova Pro…the only thing I have been limited to is the size of the container/keeping temp. If using insulated cooler, you can get away with a larger container. At a point the sous vide is unable to keep temp. I’m sure they have a listing somewhere, but there are ways around those limits with the insulation. Using a restaurant style container it would be a smaller volume. The biggest cooler I’ve used to date with the Anova is a 48qt white igloo.
salmonmaster Washington Canning Sous Vide Regular Contributors Team Camo Gardening Power User last edited by
PaPaSmokes I have a 1100 watt greater goods brand. Was rated good, was pretty cheap, works great. I use a coleman 48 qt. Cooler. I put some inch and a half Styrofoam insulation pieces I had laying around in some 2 gallon baggies and float them on top of water while it’s heating up and cooking. Keeps the heat in real good.
I am looking at the Breville csv750. It will data log all the info. Was surprised to see it’s only $599. I saw some way more expensive ones too. Yikes.
Jonathon Team Blue Admin Walton's Employee Power User Kansas Dry Cured Sausage last edited by
PaPaSmokes I’d check with your inspector if you are USDA or your health inspector if you are a restaurant or commercial kitchen. I am imagining they would want NSF certified products. I could be wrong though, that’s not my specialty.
Jonathon yea, this one is
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RON PARRISH said in Sous Vide:
I just bought an inkbird 1000w and it works great
I liked mine so much that I bought another one for when we entertain and they want steak other than mooing.
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