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I haven't done that it years. Years ago this method of cooking was made popular when the vacuum bag was advertised all over the TV. It was probably Ron Popeil that did the commercials.

Since then a number of RV'ers have adapted the idea of bag cooking to meet the needs of storage and food prep ease. Omelets mixed in a zip lock bag tossed into a pot of boiling water make for a quick easy to fix and clean up breakfast.

Of course I'm sure that the more serious chef has taken this to the next highest level and perfected it to fit any thinkable meal.
 

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Don't you serve green Tang and green crackers with that?
 

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Wolf does it all the time but you'll find him active on Facebook more than here now.
 

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I've done it. Usually I am in more of a hurry than this slower process. I will say if you want perfect lobster this is the way to go followed by a quick sear on a very hot grill. Lobster tail vacuum sealed in a bag with garlic butter and cooked in 134 water for 1 hour. Take it out sear it on a very hot grill, the hotter and quicker the better. To me it is a perfect lobster tail, not chewy/rubbery in any way.
 

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Cariwine also does Sous vide cooking but haven't seen him around in a while.
 

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I get concerned about plasticizers in food as well as release coatings from the manufacture of the poly. Of course I still love to grill and smoke foods, soooo...:rolleyes:
 
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