Vremi Vacuum Sealer, Starter Bags & Suction Hose for Jars & Containers
- Seals up food real good so you can toss it in the freezer without worrying about freezer burn
- Also comes with a suction hose for jars and containers
- A great tool for sous vide cooking
- Model: VR3M1-63T-TH15-5TR416HT
Seal & Sous Vide
What we’ve got here is a great tool for food preservation. You put your leftovers in a bag, you seal them up, and then you toss them in the deep freeze with nary a worry about freezer burn. And if you don’t want to use a bag, no problem. This one also comes with a suction hose for jars and containers.
But here’s the thing: it’s not just something for after you finish your meal. It can actually be useful while you’re making your meal, too. Because this Vremi is perfect for trying your hand at some sous vide cooking!
What is sous vide cooking? To answer that we turn to this helpful article from Bon Appétit:
“At its most fundamental level, sous vide cooking is the process of sealing food in an airtight container—usually a vacuum sealed bag and then cooking that food in temperature-controlled water. In French, the term translates to ‘under vacuum,’ which makes sense. Chefs vacuum seal a protein with marinade, sauce, herbs, or spices and drop it in a large pot of water. There’s no contact with a heated metal surface. No contact with flames or steam or smoke. The water never comes to a boil. Yeah, it’s pretty low-key.”
Sounds cool, right? But maybe a little slow. That’s why, if you’re just getting started in the sous vide game, we recommend putting together a good food-related playlist to keep your head in the game while your meal gradually cooks. We’re talking songs from such famous culinary musical artists as:
- Ace of Bouillabaisse
- David Lee Broth
- REO Speedwagyu
- Deathcab for Cutie Mandarins
- The Toastal Service
- Barenaked Ladyfingers
- Stone Tempeh Pilots
- Alien Ant Farm-to-Table
- Casserole Dirty Bastard
Okay, we’re maybe a little too proud of a few of these. But not as proud as you’ll be when you try something new in the kitchen. And it all starts with a good vacuum sealer, like this one. So buy it and start your sous vide adventure NOW!
(Or just use it for sealing and storing leftovers. That’s fine too.)