What are the Origins of Sous Vide Cooking?

The Founders of Sous Vide Perfection

George Pralus was a successful chef, living and working in France during the 1970s. He was always looking for how a chef like himself would be able to take cooking, and the taste of his food, to the next level. He also wanted to devise a system where the food would come out perfect every time.
One process involved placing tightly wrapped food into a large pot of water whose temperature would be closely regulated to avoid ruining the food. By wrapping the food, juices wouldn’t be lost to the water, and the natural taste of the food would be completely maintained.
At the same time, another French chef by the name of Bruno Goussalt was experimenting in the same way. Ultimately it was Goussalt who brought the idea of sous vide cooking to the public’s consciousness. He helped make the top chefs in France, and around the world, aware of this priceless phenomenon. The cooking world would be changed forever.

Sous Vide Available to Everyone

Until recently, only professional chefs in large commercial kitchens with immense resources, were able to obtain the necessary equipment to achieve the sumptuous results of sous vide cooking. Technological developments in the culinary world then upped the game by producing much lower end sous vide products that could be placed on tables or counters.
Though this was a huge improvement in sous vide cooking, and allowed for an exponentially larger demographic to try sous vide, many felt that these large machines were complex to operate, and that only the most advanced home cooks could benefit from them. The time therefore had come for companies dealing with kitchen appliances and gadgets, to manufacture a product that could produce sous vide results, while still being simple to use.

The Next Generation in Sous Vide Cooking

The Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator is the answer to the needs of consumers everywhere. Without having to purchase a large counter top machine, and just being able to place it inside your own pot of water, the Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator has revolutionized the way one cooks with sous vide.
With the Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator, all you need to do is fill the pot with water to the prescribed level, and clip the Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator onto the pot. After tightly wrapping the food, just place it inside the water and set it. The Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator will allow you to choose exactly which temperature you need based on the recipe, and to set the machine for the amount of time you need it to cook. And for the reasonable price with which one can purchase a Kitchen Gizmo Simplified Sous Vide Immersion Circulator, anyone can now enjoy the incomparable taste of sous vide cooking.

Try it for yourself and see why everyone is raving about Sous Vide!

Why Choose Kitchen Gizmo?

  • Easy-scroll selection wheel-effortlessly set the temperature and time.
  • Touchscreen Control Panel-easily switch from °C to °F.
  • Ergonomic Grip-durable rubberized coating gives you a comfortable hold.
  • Indicator shows when the device is working, charging or if there is an error.
  • Safety Feature will only work when inserted in water above the Min level. If removed it will stop working.
  • Removable stainless steel sleeve for easy cleaning.
  • Powerful water circulator pumps 8 Liters per minute.
  • 800 Watt reliable motor with a margin of error less than 1°F.
  • FREE! Cookbook and Cooking Chart.
  • ETL CERTIFIED

Amazing perks of cooking!

Create Restaurant Quality Dishes

Reliable And Quiet Operation

Easy To Use

High-end Feel, Low-end Maintenance

Free Bonus Cookbook