If you’re confused which perfectly-cooked brisket you should check out to make it the part of your kitchen Aaron with his recently completed DIY PID-controlled sous-vide slow cooker takes you out of the dilemma. Sous-vide is a French word which means ‘under vacuum’ cooking technique that lest the users cook food typically in vacuum-sealed and at low temperature water bath for comparatively longer period of time.
The process minimizes temperature gradients throughout the preparation of food, making sure that its evenly cooked. Water temperature is regulated to ensure proper cooking. Besides, a PID controller that uses temperature feedback over time precisely maintains the desired temperature and reduces the deviations that might occur because of the outside disturbances.
The DIY project carried out carefully resulted is a professional looking control box and a slow cooker that let you cook smart by maintaining the temperature within 1°F even while using a DS1820 temperature sensor (rated as accurate to 0.5°C).