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Cooked 2 seperate qt bags with diced small potatoes, bell pepper, 1 slice owens hot sausage apiece and 1 strip bacon diced into both with a little butter at 195F for 2 hours or so. Then mixed 2 eggs into each and scrambled up with a fork, stirring occasionally till done.
Made burritos with some sharp cheddar cheese, good breakfast this morning...
 

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Cooked 2 seperate qt bags with diced small potatoes, bell pepper, 1 slice owens hot sausage apiece and 1 strip bacon diced into both with a little butter at 195F for 2 hours or so. Then mixed 2 eggs into each and scrambled up with a fork, stirring occasionally till done.
Made burritos with some sharp cheddar cheese, good breakfast this morning...
Hmmm. Sounds good. I might try something similar for supper later this week, but using mild sausage.

I gather the potatoes and bell pepper went in raw, but the bacon was cooked?
 

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Cooked 2 seperate qt bags with diced small potatoes, bell pepper, 1 slice owens naturally sausage apiece with 1 strip bacon diced into both, added a little 80/20 hamburger meat with a little butter at 195F for 2 hours or so. Then mixed 2 eggs into each and scrambled up with a fork, stirring occasionally till done.
Made burritos with some sharp cheddar cheese for the weeks breakfasts (mixed them up with a few survivors of last week for variety)...
 
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Cooked 2 seperate qt bags with diced small potatoes, bell pepper, 1 slice owens naturally sausage apiece with 1 strip bacon diced into both, added a little 80/20 hamburger meat with a little butter at 195F for 2 hours or so. Then mixed 2 eggs into each and scrambled up with a fork, stirring occasionally till done.
Made burritos with some sharp cheddar cheese for the weeks breakfasts (mixed them up with a few survivors of last week for variety)...
Do you wrap in wax paper or similar and then freeze? Or what is your burrito prep method?
 

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We went more than an hour. Don’t remember the temp. We still prefer to fry it with onions and spices.
 
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I will post a review later, but I have both Joule and Anova. I regret the Anova purchase. More difficult to work with, especially as the water depth requirements are much stricter. Quite limiting on what containers you can use. Deep only.
 

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I have the Bluetooth version of the Anova purchased a few years ago. I have used a six-pack-sized Coleman cooler to hold the water bath and the depth is just right, as is the thickness of the walls. I have used a piece of dense-cell foam as a top to control heat-loss.
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The small size of the cooler is a bit limiting. I’m trying to figure out a system of suspending the food bag in the bath so it stays submerged but isn’t in contact with the sides or bottom. My picture shows a small rack and a wooden clip to hold the turkey burgers under.
 
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