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Joule Sous Vide

Sous vide cooking sounds like something only culinary geeks would do, well now you can easily do it yourself with Joule, the simplest way to cook sous vide at home. It maintains the temperature precisely, so your food cooks exactly how you want it, every time, resulting in perfectly cooked meats. Simply place the device in a pot with some water, and use the app to preheat it to the perfect temperature. Then put your food and some seasoning in a plastic bag and cook it all gently in the water. The result? The juiciest, most tender steak in the history of ever.  



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THE BEEFER

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ROBIN

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