If you’re fluent in cooking, then chances are you’ve heard of sous vide — which literally translates to “under vacuum” in French. It’s a cooking technique conceived in the 1970s and the process entails putting ingredients in a bag, sucking the air out, and cooking the bag in a water bath at a precise temperature.
Sound fancy? It’s cause it is. But now, thanks to a company called Nomiku, sous vide cooking is more accessible and fail-proof than it ever was before.