Black 8.7-L. SousVide Supreme Demi Water Oven by SousVide Supreme
The compact Demi offers the same unparalleled cooking convenience as the original SousVide Supreme, but in a smaller appliance. With hands-off cooking that is gentle and forgiving, the Demi makes it e...; See complete description »
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- Easy to read water levels.
- Easy to use controls.
- Lid doubles as convenient drip tray.
- The included rack keeps food in place while it's cooking.
- Built-in handles are staggered to allow for easier carrying and draining.
- Stainless steel basin allows for easy cleanup.
- The heating element is inside the machine - it won't get in your way and creates a perfect water temperature with no hot spots.
Sous vide (pronounced soo-veed) is a culinary technique that involves cooking vacuum-sealed food at a consistent, low temperature for a longer length of time than compared to other methods. The term sous vide is French for "under vacuum," and was developed in the mid-1970s by chef Georges Pralus for the Restaurant Troisgros in Roanne, France. Today, sous vide is a well-respected cooking method among gourmet chefs, and can routinely be found in upscale restaurants.