Nomiku Sous Vide Immersion Circulator

To the inexperienced, cooking seems like it should be a science. Same “chef”, same ingredients, same number on the stovetop’s dial – so what went wrong? Precision’s lacking, for one. Sous vide, a cooking method that entails bagging food in an airtight plastic bag and dropping it in temperature-controlled water for set amounts of time, typically required very expensive immersion circulators – at least until Nomiku hit Kickstarter. Clip the compact, portable device onto a pot full of water, hit its one and only button (the screen) to fire it up, then turn the knob to set the temperature; the water does the rest, cooking up perfect dishes every time.

Hit up Amazon to check it out – 300$.