While using a vacuum sealer is the preferred method of preparing your protein for sous vide cooking, purchasing a vacuum sealer and special bags is not the only way you can achieve great cooking results. Using standard Ziplock-style bags can also work just as well, so long as all of the air is removed from the bag and there is a tight seal and the protein can remain under water. For either method, our Vacuum Sealing Guide is Linked Here for your reference!
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- How does Suvie cook my food?
- Can I use my own ingredients to cook with Suvie?
- Does it matter which pans I use for my ingredients?
- What is Sous Vide? Is it safe?
- Do I need a vacuum sealer to cook Sous Vide?
- How long can food stay cool in my Suvie appliance before it has to start cooking?
- How long can I leave my food in Suvie after cooking has completed?
- How do I fill the water reservoir?
- How do I fill the starch pan?
- How do I empty the drain tray?