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Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)

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There's a popular cooking method among chefs called "sous vide" which translates to "under vacuum." Chefs have been using this method for ages to maintain the nutrients and juices in their meat. Now that a vacuum sealing machines can easily be used at home you can do the same thing and enjoy delicious steak fresh off the grill.

I’m not gonna lie, I’m posting this because I’m starving.

1 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)

2 ” Ribeye


2 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)


3 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)


4 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)

Soak all the savory juices at 130 degrees for two hours.


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6 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)


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8 Guy Vacuum Seals His Steak For The First Time (8 pics)


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№1 Author: Aindy (13 Aug 2015 10:42) Total user comments: 2863


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I thought you were going to cook it in a vaccum bag as the post says, but instead you defrosted it in water (or looks like it) and put it on the barbecue...
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№2 Author: SousCook (13 Aug 2015 11:42) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: Aindy
I thought you were going to cook it in a vaccum bag as the post says, but instead you defrosted it in water (or looks like it) and put it on the barbecue...

No, it's called sous vide, and you cook stuff in a vacuum bag at very low temperatures. Look at the color when it comes out. The vaccuum helps getting all the flavors into the meat.
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№3 Author: rattte (13 Aug 2015 13:47) Total user comments: 170


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Quote: Aindy
I thought you were going to cook it in a vaccum bag as the post says, but instead you defrosted it in water (or looks like it) and put it on the barbecue...


you boil it vacuumized in warm water so the meat is cooked. then just 1-2 minutes on the grill for the crust. fantastic but a little difficult...
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№4 Author: Tomaz86 (13 Aug 2015 15:38) Total user comments: 10832


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Delicious.
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№5 Author: Ben2017 (18 Aug 2015 13:54) Total user comments: 2042


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I believe he cut too soon
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