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1 min ago, Tom T said:

Heading in now, lost the jig/spinner lottery :(

 

Story later. Haunting will last a lifetime.

Ouch

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1 min ago, Tom T said:

Heading in now, lost the jig/spinner lottery :(

 

Story later. Haunting will last a lifetime.

Mess with the bull, get the horns.

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5 mins ago, Kml said:

Could that get the water hot enough?

It would definitely cook the fish in the tank. 

I think I’ll just buy one like normal people. 

 

Y is one of these dudes that would cook stuff in the dishwasher.

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19 mins ago, Mike said:

Depends on the wattage. I figure if it could heat 20 gallons to 80F, it should heat 2 gallon to 120F

I think they have limits so you don’t end up with 20 gallons of fish stock.  They heat to 80F just takes longer for 20 gallons vs. 2 gallons.

 

The sous vide unit also circulates the water (it has a little impeller).  The stated wattage is 900.  Like everything else today it is WiFi enabled so I can monitor it and make changes to time and temp with my phone.  In the photo you can see I put plastic wrap over the pot to cut down water loss through evaporation.  If the water gets too low the unit will stop and send me an alert.

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Just go to Bed Bath & Beyond and buy the dumb thing.  It's like a $120.  You'll drink more than that from the basement wine hoard this weekend.

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Cooking meat in hot water.  The height of Irish cuisine for centuries.  Nice to see it making a comeback in time for St. Patty's Day.

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7 mins ago, Mike said:

I'm sure the one I have is so old it has no safety. It has made fish stock in the past.

If that doesn’t work I’m sure you could modify a curling iron.  Be sure and post pics.

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Just now, PeterO said:

If that doesn’t work I’m sure you could modify a curling iron.  Be sure and post pics.

That is probably how he burned down his kitchen the last time.  Curling iron deep fat frying.

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