May 30, 2013 AT 12:19 pm

From the Adafruit Test Kitchens

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Coming soon to the Adafruit Learning System: The Adafruit Sous Vide Controller. This project will turn an inexpensive rice cooker into a precision instrument for molecular gastronomy. The ultimate geek cooking tool.

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Haddock Fillets with haricots verts and orange saffron sauce. (one of our favorites!)

We’ve been having a tasty good time putting this controller through its paces. From ‘perfect’ soft boiled eggs, to flaky fish fillets and succulent steaks. In our early tests, the PID control algorithm maintained cooking temperatures to within 0.2 degrees C. With a setpoint temperature of 56 degrees C, your nice thick steak will be a perfect medium rare from edge-to-edge, instead of medium-well on the outside and nearly raw in the middle.

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Sirloin Tip-Strip with grilled zucchini. Even an inexpensive cut like this cooks up tender and juicy and perfectly medium rare from edge-to-edge.

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