Sous Vide Supreme Demi Black Water Oven Review
If we want to stay healthy, we need to eat healthy, and if we want to eat healthy, we need to cook healthy. Nutritionists have long since emphasized the importance of preserving the nutritional content of food while cooking.
In most traditional cooking methods, there is a significant loss of nutrients. Sous vide is a French way of cooking in which food is kept in a vacuum while slow heat is applied to it by placing the food container in hot water.
The Sous Vide Supreme Demi Black Water Oven is a cooking machine with which you can cook sous vide food. This cooking machine is the smaller version of the Sous Vide Supreme Water Oven, and as such, it has all the latter’s wonderful features, but in a smaller size and at a lesser price.
There are four steps involved in sous vide cooking:
- Season the foods with the flavors and spices
- Seal the food in pouches with a vacuum sealer
- Simmer the packed food inside the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Black Water Oven
- Serve the food either directly or sear it golden brown and add your choice of garnishing
Features of the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Black Water Oven
- Temperature control feature
- Water temperature does not vary beyond one degree of set temperature
- The machine can hold the temperature for hours and even days
- Holds 8.7 liters of water
- 110-120 volt
- Range: 86°F to 210°F (30° to 99°C)
- Compact and sleek design
- Dimensions 11.3” x 10.96” x 12.99”
- Weight 9.3 pounds
- Food rack is provided
- Temperature is adjustable in increments of 1°Fahrenheit (.5 degrees Celsius)
- Precision is 1°Fahrenheit
- Nicely cooks large quantity of food within half an hour
- Cooks tough and difficult to handle foods like meat, ribs, seafood
- Functions silently and quietly
Expensive, compared to similar products of same capacity
All who have used the Sous Vide Supreme Super Water oven are aware of its wonderful features and functioning abilities; now this same water oven is being made available in a reduced size and is called the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven, and it is also sold at a price less than the super version.
The super version can cook twenty portions of food (each portion of about four ounces) at a time, whereas the demi version can cook twelve portions of food.
The price of a few other water ovens of the same capacity, like the Ivation Sous Vide Precision Cooker by Ivation and the Gourmia Sous Vide Self Contained Circulating Water Ovenis significantly less than the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven.
While comparing the products price need not be the sole criteria, other considerations include the functioning capabilities of the machine, which can be expressed through its other distinctive features such as temperature variability, precision, heat-holding capacity, electricity usage, design and make, and other engineering feats.
The Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven comes with several accessories, and these include a detachable power cord, perforated bottom grill for generating thermal convection, user manual, recipe book, temperature and time chart, instructional DVD and a pouch rack.
Sous Vide Supreme Super Water oven is already a success, and there is no reason why its reduced version won’t be. The same engineering marvel can be seen in both the versions, so, if you are looking for a reduced version of the Sous Vide Supreme Water Oven, you can go for this demi version which will cost you around $130 less than the super version.
Cooking in the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven is energy saving; the cooking machine only uses the energy of a 60-watt bulb once at the target temperature; this is also clean energy, there are no fumes or smoke and the cookedfood does not lose nutrients because it is cooked in sealed vacuum pouches.
A most remarkable feature of the Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven is its heat-holding capacity and precision. The machine can hold the temperature for hours, and even days, which implies that foods can be kept warm inside it and need not be reheated again and again.
Many people may find several uses of this feature; they can use it to make homemade curd in the cold season and try out other creative cooking. Precision allows for exact cooking; food is neither overcooked nor undercooked.