FOOD & DRINK
Although Sous Vide technically means "under vacuum," most folks now use it as a blanket term for all low-temperature cooking that's done with a water circulator. Essentially this type of cookery encapsulates your food in plastic (vacuum or ziplock packing) and then gently brings the internal temperature up by bathing in a warm water bath, which is precisely maintained by the water circulator.
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