means cooking under a vacuum
You vacuum bag it, and then you stick it in an Thermal Immersion Circulator to precisely control the temperature. All the juices are sealed in the bag and the food should cook perfectly. There is also less fat in the food because the fat from the meat will not be lost in the cooking process. Normally items cooked sous vide are done at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. Not only is there lower fat in the meal, but the texture of the meat is better than what you could obtain with normal cooking methods.
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Maybe you're thinking of sous-vide.
Yes. "Sous-vide" is such a method and is already being used.
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I would advise against this. The whole point of a sous vide method of cooking is getting moist, perfectly cooked food by vacuum sealing it in a sous vide bag and then cooking it in a water bath with precisely controlled temperatures for optimal results. You just don't have that kind of control with a crock pot, I doubt you could even approximate it. I would think you would have better results putting a vacuum packed bag of food in a saucepan of simmering or boiling water on the stove, and using a digital thermometer in the water to guide you to manually adjust the height of the stove burner.
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Federal guidelines suggest the following temperature and time combinations, applicable to sous vide as well, to kill salmonella and E. Coli bacteria in food. 130F for 86.42 minutes 135F for 27.33 minutes 140F for 8.64 minutes 145F for 2.73 minutes 150F for 51.85 seconds 160F for 5.19 seconds 165F for 1.64 seconds
Sous-vide ("under vacuum") is a method of cooking where food is sealed in an air-tight bag and cooked for a long period of time at somewhat lower temperature.
I wouldn't try it, if I were you. For one thing, I don't know what will happen to the plastic vacuum sealed bag in a crock pot, it might melt, it might release chemicals, you have no idea. Equally importantly, the benefit of cooking sous vide is precisely controlled cooking temperatures to elicit perfectly cooked meat. You can't control temperatures precisely in a crock pot, you can't even control them approximately.
In the culinary world, one of the hottest trends is sous vide cooking, a process in which food is vacuum sealed in a bag and cooked slowly at a controlled temperature. Normal cooking methods require food to be heated to high temperatures and pulled off the heat source as soon as the desired temperature is achieved. Sous vide cooking is slightly different. Using the sous vide method with the help of an immersion circulator, a cook sets the thermostat to the desired serving temperature of the food and then places the sealed bag of food into the water, which gently heats it until it attains the correct temperature. Once the temperature is achieved, the food can be left in the water to hold for an extended period of time. This kind of cooking technique has some advantages over conventional cooking methods. Sous vide cooking lets food cook in its own juices, keeping flavors from leaching away during the cooking process. Not only this, but the process is excellent for breaking down tough pieces of meat. To cook using a sous vide method at home, you will need a few pieces of equipment. For one, you will need a vessel that can hold water and maintain temperature easily. Next, you’ll need an immersion circulator and an accurate, digital thermometer. Next, you’ll need food sealers. Food sealers are specialized appliances that can suck the air out of plastic bags, creating a vacuum seal and locking in the food and flavor. These can be purchased in most department stores and even in some grocery stores. The first thing you need to do when cooking sous vide style is to find a good recipe and heat your water to the correct temperature. Once that is done, prepare you food for vacuum sealing in the food sealer of your choice. Most food sealers come with plastic bags in which you place the food. You then place the bag inside the sealer, after which all of the air will be sucked out. Your meal is now ready for cooking. Place the bag into the warm water. You will notice that the temperature of the water has decreased by a certain amount. Once the water comes back to its original temperature, your meal should be ready to eat.
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low temperature = less shrinkage cooking sous vide allows for the least amount of shrinkage by cooking at your final temperature i.e. if you want your roast to be medium rare you can cook it at 125 degrees
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