Sous Vide Poached Eggs

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Poaching eggs can be a messy business, especially if you poach eggs like a dork. Poaching eggs like a geek, however, can be a very pleasurable experience. All you need is a sous vide machine. You can build your own, like Scott, or you can buy one. Either way, poaching an egg sous vide is a sure fire way to go from dork to geek.

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Altf4 17 Nov 2010
10:24 am

Where did you get that super cool temperature controlled heater?

xcorvis 20 Nov 2010
10:35 am

You can buy a temperature controlled water bath, or there are instructions online for refitting a crock pot with a temperature sensor.

Seattle Food Geek 20 Nov 2010
2:21 pm

If you’re interested, you can find detailed instructions on building your own sous vide machine on my blog, here: http://seattlefoodgeek.com/2010/02/diy-sous-vide-heating-immersion-circulator-for-about-75/

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