Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sous Vide Supreme Demi Review: Part 0

Front Panel of the SousVide Supreme Demi

Just got this in the mail today.  Will do a full review of the SousVide Supreme Demi. Speaking of things that I got in the mail, I also received an answer to a previously asked question about the Sous Vide Supreme Demi:
Also – per the question your posted on your blog, I wanted to get back to you about the size/volume of the Demi. Space-wise it is 80% the volume of the regular SousVide Supreme, but depending on what you’re cooking, actual cooking volume could be as low as 60% capacity. It would be accurate to say that depending upon on the size of food portions being cooked, the SousVide Supreme Demi has a cooking capacity of between 60% and 80% of the SousVide Supreme. The SousVide Supreme holds 20 four- to six-ounce portions of food. While  the SousVide Supreme Demi holds up to 12 four-ounce portions of food; 12/20 = 60%.
Check back soon for the part one of the review!

Update: Part one of the review is here.

1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to your review. I'm trying to decide between the Demi and regular SVS right now. Not sure if the capacity would be an issue for me.


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