Sous vide cookers went from being one of top chefs’ best kept secrets to being one of the most popular kitchen gadgets out there, and it’s all because a bunch of affordable precision cookers have hit the market in recent years. These awesome devices involve submerging air-tight bags in water and then slow-cooking the food within at the target temperature. The result is insanely delicious because all of that flavor is locked in, and once you try it you’ll never go back. Now is the perfect time to try it, by the way, because Amazon’s Prime Day deal on the VAVA 1,000 Watt Sous Vide Precision Cooker is still available on Wednesday. Just use the coupon code UQYBGZJJ when you check out and you’ll snag this awesome sous vide cooker for just $47.99. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on this or any other sous vide cooker, and there’s no telling if or when it’ll be available again.

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

  • 【3 Settings to Cook, Recipe Included】Conveniently set the Auto-start function, Cooking time, and Temperature for producing restaurant quality food at home. With no worry of overcooking.
  • 【Fast Cooking with 1000 Watts】 Powerful engine heats up food 20% faster than other precision cookers. Cooking with the sous vide immersion circulator enables you to cook steak, poultry, fish, egg, and vegetables expertly from edge to edge.
  • 【Precise Temperature Adjustment】Accurately set the temperature from 0 °C to 95 °C / 32 °F to 203 °F to cook nutritious food and keep vitamins levels up to 90%.
  • 【Safe and Durable Materials】ETL & FDA certified, the cooker is constructed with a stainless steel, BPA-free build that’s safe to use and lasts longer.
  • 【Ingenious & Convenient Construction】Silicon clamp clips on without scratching your kitchenware; in-unit LCD display shows the temperature in either °C or °F. Comes with SAFE and SECURE 18 months warranty.

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