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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent.ff View Post
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    I donít think the sous vide shines quite as bright as pork tenderloin. Itís like eating meat-butter
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    I need to place this video here, to minimize my chances of losing it.
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    Finally going to by one of these. Is this a good model/deal? https://www.costco.ca/anova-sous-vid...100711107.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by roopi View Post
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    Finally going to by one of these. Is this a good model/deal? https://www.costco.ca/anova-sous-vid...100711107.html
    Yes, but I'd just buy the cooker and use something different for the tank. Like a simple pot and then the converted cooler Rage & me have if you turn out to like using it a lot.

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    Is there something wrong with this tank? Is it just the size? I'm only cooking for two so I figured this would be the easiest.

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    Nothing wrong with it imo, just more money than necessary for a plastic bin.

    I think that Costco deal is solid. If you aren’t sure if you’ll use this or not, I’d probably think about getting the cheaper anova and just using a pot.

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    Yea I just use a big stock pot personally. Not ideal for a super long cook or a big hunk of meat but does the job.
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    Maybe I'm reconsidering... It looks like Amazon has that Precision cooker for $229 so for the same price, you're getting a covered water bath for free.
    *To say that water bath is $70 is ridiculous, though.
    If rather save $40 on the cooker alone and then use a pot I already own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Maybe I'm reconsidering... It looks like Amazon has that Precision cooker for $229 so for the same price, you're getting a covered water bath for free.
    *To say that water bath is $70 is ridiculous, though.
    If rather save $40 on the cooker alone and then use a pot I already own.
    Yeah I actually didn’t look at the anova site before, they want like $130 for that bucket/rack. This is a great deal compared to msrp haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    Yeah I actually didnít look at the anova site before, they want like $130 for that bucket/rack. This is a great deal compared to msrp haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    RoFL!
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    Man those were the shit when I was 8. Right up until one Asian kid went to crossroads and picked up a bunch of metal parts which had the result of ruining everyone else’s tops as well as a few arenas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    IIRC the $150 Foodsaver is going on sale for $100 at Costco next month(can't remember if it's an executive member exclusive or not).
    Iím seeing this one online for $30 off. Anyone know if itís $50 off in store or is it same price?
    https://www.costco.ca/.product.2105490.html

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    If anyone wants the best vac sealer, the Cabela's commercial ones are no joke. Get the wideboi if you want to seal a full brisket or other large items.

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    Thanks for the reminder Mr.Slowly, this Foodsaver is on sale at Costco.ca for $120.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabad66 View Post
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    I’m seeing this one online for $30 off. Anyone know if it’s $50 off in store or is it same price?
    https://www.costco.ca/.product.2105490.html
    well in case anyone else was curious, was just at Sunridge and looks like they don't carry this model in store. Maybe other locations do.

    However it wasn't a complete waste of time for me because they have a promo where if you sign up for auto renew for your membership, you get a $25 voucher for an online purchase. So ended up stopping at the membership desk on my way out and signing up for auto-renew, and used the coupon to buy this online for a final price of $100ish

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    Costco online and in store very rarely have the same products, and almost never have the same prices.
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    The online model is a 5 series and the one in the store is a 3 series. I bought the in-store one last month and it works well. I suspect the one online is a higher end model for less money (after the discount) so it's probably the better way to go.

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    That looks like a solid option. I want to get it, but I also have a hard time buying (yet another) small appliance that I don't really need. Ziploc bags seem to do the trick.

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    I have something called a Cross Rib Roast that doesn't sound familiar to me, so I guess I've never bought that, before.
    School me up!

    Looks like Consumer Reports folks are saying 12hr at about 132įF. What should I toss in the bag?
    Montreal steak spice? BBQ sauce? Wine? S&P? Lemons? Urine? Oil? Beer? Duck Fois Gras?

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    ^maybe I should have started a mega poll.
    After a comprehensive analysis of all the responses, I selected 8hr at 131įF with Montreal Steak Spice, a bit of Keg BBQ sauce and a few splashes of Lea & Perrins.

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    It was quite good, particularly for a very inexpensive roast.
    Still a long way from "tender" but not so tough that little kids would complain.

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