There's a way to stop overcooking your steak that doesn't entail a lot of lift. You can take the guesswork out of meal prep with the sous vide method. Sous vide cooking is essentially like creating a dinner-making whirlpool that effortlessly heats your food to the perfect temperature (no excessive monitoring necessary). By heating your favorite foods in a pot of water set to a specific temperature instead of grilling them on the stove, you have total control over the outcome, resulting in a perfectly cooked slab of meat every time: Make herbed salmon with yogurt sauce, for example.
And this Curtis Stone Sous Vide cooker is a great option to get you started. Right now, you can get it for $80 and save an additional 15 percent with code BFSAVE15 at checkout. That's $68 total, down from $100.
Here's how it works:
- You seal your food in a bag
- Pop it in a pot filled with water
- Clamp the sous vide stick to the side
- And set the temperature.
The stick will slow-cook your meats, veggies, and anything else to whatever temperature you set without dropping below or exceeding it. Plus, the sous vide stick comes with an additional drink chilling function, which allows you to create an ice bath for your drinks that will keep them cool for hours.