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Unread 08-25-2013, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default The dishwasher is the new crock pot...

Or, how to wash dishes and sous vide a fish at the same time.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/201...ing-the-plates

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I first heard of this steaming method back in the '70s and gave it a try.
Took a couple of specked trout filets, seasoned them as usual, added some lemon slices and tightly wrapped in foil and ran them through a wash cycle by themselves.
The result???... meh.
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I have one of those efficiency dishwashers. The cycle is over 3 hours long. Somehow I think I'd have mush at the end of the cycle.
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I think I will throw in a jar of pickles and see what happens.
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Ummmmmm.... NO
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I have one of those efficiency dishwashers. The cycle is over 3 hours long. Somehow I think I'd have mush at the end of the cycle.
Yeah, my Bosch is a high-efficency unit. I have to wonder if it would work.

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No thank-you, I can think of many different ways that are safer and easier to sous vide a fish, or any meat for that fact.
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Back When I was A young Farker I brought home a Bass ...

My Dad was all into wanting to try this out , I Thought he was crazy .

It turned out ok but Bass Isn't all that tasty to begin with.

Tried to talk friends and family to try cooking a fish this way but they would just look at me like I was Coo Coo for CocO Puffs.

I got some Salmon that I might Try this out again for old time sakes.
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But when do you add the Finish Jet Dry so you don't get water spots?
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Do you have to clean the fish first?
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