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What is Sous Vide?
It's a simple process that uses precise heat to create perfect dishes. Just put your desired ingredients into a bag, give it an airtight seal, and then rest it in a Nomiku controlled water bath. The resulting food is tender, moist, and unlike anything you have made at home before.
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Engadget - "It's dead simple to use, and is about the same size as a hand blender, so most folks won't have a problem finding a place for it in their kitchen."
CNET - "Certainly in the case of the Nomiku, the capability to use it with existing kitchen accessories is a positive, not only because it is a space-saver, but it makes it affordable too."
Wired Gadget Lab - "By making any pot in the house a sous vide with a portable device that can be stored in cabinet, the Nomiku could be a great addition to a foodie kitchen."
LA Weekly's Squid Ink - "Want to make a cheap cut of steak or bunch of carrots melt like butter? Throw them in a thermal immersion circulator for a half-day and revel in the results."
Serious Eats - "I really dig the styling of the prototype, the seemingly easy-to-use controls, the large control face, and its versatility."
Food 52 - "Everyone should be able to bring a little sous vide to their kitchen. Here’s to the end of overcooked meat, everywhere."