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    I got a low end poly from WIlliams and Sonoma and returned it within a month as the clip broke. I thought it very poorly designed,. The plastic housing for the clip is positioned so that when removing it, you actually apply pressure to a weak point and then it snaps making the clip from that point on unusable. Been waiting for a Sansaire

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    I'm curious how the asparagus turns out, Jon. Other then leeks I usually don't cook green veggies sous vide.

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    Asparagus is great SV. Fennel is even better in chicken stock then finished on the stove until it syrupy…

    Investing in a lid and then cutting a hole is handy for longer cook times at higher temps.

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    asparagus turned out great... i just need to get a smoking gun now, as i was not happy with the amount of smoke flavor i was able to impart. Potatoes were by far the best... lots of butter

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    Hmmmm...tell me more about these potatoes, please
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Smoking your own butter, and sous vide go pretty effing well together...
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    I'll just put it out there- smoking just about anything and sous vide go well together.

    Does the asparagus bright and pretty green after cooking? I admit that I'm still a bit old school when it comes to my green veggies

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    I was looking at the Anova but the touch screen turned me off a little . Does the screen seem to be well built and able to handle any nasty spills and want not that could occur in the kitchen?

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    so far so good... the unit seems very well built to me, but i wouldnt go and pour some liquid over the screen... that being said, i dont think its more prone to spills than, say, a polyscience

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