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    DIY Sous Vide setup - anyone using a 22 qt. Hamilton Beach roaster as the bath?

    I picked up a nice PID for a DIY Sous Vide setup. I was going to get an 8 qt. crock pot, but it will be too small to be effective I think. I'm thinking goose, duck, large fillets, game, etc. With one this big I may put a 12v circulator in it as well. Is anyone using such an item for Sous Vide and if so how is it working for you?

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    Senior Member Crothcipt's Avatar
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    hmm I'm thinking something that big you may want to go with 2 circulators, or have one that is split to 2 areas of the bath. Other than that I like the idea.
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    I'd check out EGullet. They have a very imformative Sous Vide pinned topic. Many "experts" there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    hmm I'm thinking something that big you may want to go with 2 circulators, or have one that is split to 2 areas of the bath. Other than that I like the idea.
    Circulator pumps are cheap so two might be better. One of 'em going' and the other one comin' back . . . yeah that's it . . . that's the ticket.

    Thanks for the heads up on the EGullet sight AFK Guy

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