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Unread 12-02-2012, 03:28 PM   #16
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They are $800 around here!
TFO is way too smart to allow ME to do any modding of electricals...
Here is a fool proof DIY for a crock pot or rice cooker for $164 USD

It uses the heating element in your crock pot/rice cooker but has much more precise temp controls. I've heard good things about them
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Unread 12-02-2012, 03:28 PM   #17
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Any details on how to mod a crock pot, I've got one that I never use.
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Here is a fool proof DIY for a crock pot or rice cooker for $164 USD

It uses the heating element in your crock pot/rice cooker but has much more precise temp controls. I've heard good things about them
Our power is different, 240 volts.
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I guess if I really wanted to try this I could use my double insulated cooler. After it gets good and warm at the temp I want it loses about two degrees over 60 minutes. Hmmm... Got the gears turning for a bone in ribeye!
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Our power is different, 240 volts.

Buc,if you are worried about DIY electricity check here.
http://www.sousvideathome.com.au/

I made my own using the same controller,available in 220volt or 110 volt.
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I guess if I really wanted to try this I could use my double insulated cooler. After it gets good and warm at the temp I want it loses about two degrees over 60 minutes. Hmmm... Got the gears turning for a bone in ribeye!
Yeah, we call that "Hot Tubbing" where I came from. No heating element but same results on shorter cooks. Great for steaks and 1-2 hour cooks. SV comes in handy when you do 48-72 hour cooks. It's actually better to drop temp than go over temp on short cooks. Under temp on multi day cooks can be deadly
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Thanks titch!
I'll read up on this as there are lots of things I have thought about and Christmas is almost here.
Seafood should be sensational I think?
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Thanks titch!
I'll read up on this as there are lots of things I have thought about and Christmas is almost here.
Seafood should be sensational I think?

Seafood Yuk,lol

If your serious about trying it,slip me your address and I will ship you a controller to try,
I do not nor ever will sell these things if anyone is curious.
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Buc,if you are worried about DIY electricity check here.
http://www.sousvideathome.com.au/

I made my own using the same controller,available in 220volt or 110 volt.
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To the OP,thanks for the prompt,will be doing a Scotch fillet tonight
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Perfect! The companies that make the DIY controllers are international. Auber is a big one and there are many others. It does not take any special skills other than possessing a disposable $200 (ish) and the capability of ordering something on line to make this work. This is not genius level stuff (you would understand if you knew me)
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Seafood Yuk,lol

If your serious about trying it,slip me your address and I will ship you a controller to try,
I do not nor ever will sell these things if anyone is curious.
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Very good of you titch!
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Very good of you titch!
That's people helping people right there. Nice
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Great looking steak, cool process, thanks for posting this. Bookmarked!
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Great looking steak, cool process, thanks for posting this. Bookmarked!
Ah- Richland Center. Lived In Madtown for 3 years and Appleton for 4. I have mad props for my peeps in the tundra. I've made (and still do) my living over many years in the upper midwest. I don't miss the winters but we loved our time up there

Actually my time in cold temps was the reason I bought my BGE. Couldn't cook in the cold up there with my cavernous gasser so I started looking around. My time up there lead me here (in a round-about way)
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Best use of D in a B screenshots I have ever seen !! Oh and those steak looked good too
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