Variety is the spice of life and when in the kitchen, variety is all the spice needed. Individuals with an interest in cooking or people who spend their free time watching reruns of cooking shows may have heard of the sous vide cooking method.
In the Natural Solution article, great care is taken to break down the meaning and process involved in the sous vide cooking method. Sous vide is a French word which when interpreted, means ‘under vacuum’. It is a distinct cooking method whereby food is cooked low and slow in a cooking vessel. Usually, the food is sealed in an air-tight vacuum-sealed bag to maintain the food’s integrity and then cooked at a slow temperature in a water bath. Besides the fancy term, the sous vide cooking method is quite simple with this attribute contributing to the method gaining rapid popularity.
The Natural Solutions article details the sous vide cooking method in a step-by-step outline as seen below;
- Prepare the food by marinating, tenderizing or seasoning the food as desired
- Ensure the food is properly vacuum-sealed to ensure the food is thoroughly and consistently cooked
- Cook the food to the desired temperature
- Sear the food if desired
Fortunately, the sous vide cooking method is super easy and does not require fancy or expensive equipment. The basic requirements of this method are easily accessible and include a pot to submerge the food in and a clean Ziploc-style bad or any airtight bag to vacuum seal the food. Eggs, meats, vegetables, seafood, cocktails, and potatoes are just a few of the numerous foods that can be cooked using the sous vide technique.
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