Don't know if it's an option, but I use a turkey fryer set up. Just add water to the pot and drop in your vacuum sealed bags. Honestly, you shouldn't allow the water to boil. If you leave the pork in too long, it'll start to cook it again. Get your water to 170-180 and you can leave the pork in the water as long as needed. I've done this on a large scale and it works wonderfully!
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