Smart Home Product Reviews & Smart Home Product Comparisons
Sansaire Sous Vide
Sansaire Sous Vide is one of the most powerful smart cookers: it circulates 3 gallons per minute and uses 1100 Watts of power. Its powerful heating element brings water up to temperature quickly and efficiently, keeping it to within 0.1°C of the desired temperature. The sous vide has a display to show current temperature in bright, easy-to-read numbers.
Sansaire Sous Vide offers manual control only, though the company has plans to launch the Sansaire Delta — a smart sous vide with remote via app control. So, if you’re looking for remote control, you’d better check the Chefsteps Joule Sous Vide instead.
Although immersion circulators were previously a tool reserved for chefs, recent advancements in technology have made them much more accessible to home chefs. Immersion circulators heat up a bath of water to a specific temperature and can keep it heated at an even heat. The consistent temperature leads to some quality cooked meats that are far more attainable and require less finesse than more traditional heating methods.
This style of cooking, sous vide, eliminates the possibility of overcooking or undercooking, and this combined with the ability to “set it and forget it” has led to a big boom in demand for immersion circulators. But which model should you go with?
This comparison takes a look at the Sansaire and Nomiku immersion circulators and tries to give you a sense of which cooker is right for your needs. Let’s get started!
The sous vide cooking method is one of ease and perfection. If you’re going to make perfect food, you’ll want to invest in a machine that is perfect for your needs. Two top-tier sous vide cookers are the Anova Precision Cooker (Bluetooth + Wifi) and the Sansaire Sous Vide Machine. Both machines offer a wide range of helpful features for sous vide cooking. And although they were both created to accomplish the same cooking goals, there are many differences between the two. Let’s look at what’s different between the Anova vs. Sansaire to help you decide which of the two better suits your needs.