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2023-03-28 22:34:16 By : Ms. Shaw Wang
Sous | Charred No More: How My Sous Stick Saved the Day

If there's anything I've learned in the past few years of cooking, it's that having the right tools can make all the difference. That's why I was overjoyed when I received my Sous Stick as a gift from a friend - finally, I had a way to cook sous vide at home without breaking the bank.
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For those unfamiliar with sous vide, it's a cooking method that involves placing food in a bag and cooking it in a water bath at a low, precise temperature. It's a great way to cook proteins to the exact doneness you desire, and can result in incredibly tender, flavorful dishes.

But as I soon discovered, sous vide cooking isn't foolproof. One evening, I decided to make a steak using my Sous Stick. I seasoned it well, vacuum-sealed it in a bag, and set the Sous Stick to the desired temperature. The water began to heat up, and I went about my business.

That's when disaster struck. I got distracted, and before I knew it, the water had evaporated. The Sous Stick had been heating an empty container for who knows how long. I quickly turned it off and removed the bag from the container, hoping for the best.

Unfortunately, the steak was far from the perfect medium-rare I had hoped for. It was tough, chewy, and flavorless - a far cry from the succulent, perfectly cooked steaks I had made with the Sous Stick in the past.

I was crestfallen. I had wasted a perfectly good steak and felt like a failure in the kitchen. But then, a thought occurred to me. What if I could salvage the steak using the Sous Stick?

I decided to give it a try. I seasoned the steak again and placed it back in the bag. I filled the container with fresh water and set the Sous Stick to the correct temperature. This time, I kept a close eye on it, making sure the water level didn't drop.

To my surprise, the steak turned out beautifully. It was just as tender and flavorful as my previous sous vide creations, despite the earlier mishap. The Sous Stick had saved the day.

Now, whenever I'm cooking sous vide, I'm extra careful to monitor the water level and make sure I don't repeat my mistake. But I know that if something does go wrong, I can trust my Sous Stick to help me salvage the dish.

Overall, I highly recommend the Sous Stick to anyone interested in experimenting with sous vide cooking at home. It's affordable, easy to use, and can help you achieve restaurant-quality results. Just make sure to keep an eye on that water level!