Food fight! CNET agrees to disagree about sous vide

Some of us think cooking sealed food in carefully heated water baths is the next big thing. Others… aren’t so convinced.

CNET December 3, 2015

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A test kitchen food fight: Sous vide or not sous vide?
Is cooking sealed food in a warm water bath the next big kitchen trend? We’ve spent months sparring over this novel cooking method in the CNET Appliances test kitchen. READ MORE »
Andrew Gebhart
Associate Editor / Louisville, KY

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