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Kitchen and cooking tech…

I don’t often talk about cooking tech, I probably should. One of the things I love is the Ninja Foodi! It is an air fryer and a pressure cooker. Both are things I hadn’t considered critical, my mom recommended an air-fryer, and I’ve been hooked ever since! Pressure cooking is not something I ever thought I would use, but frankly, I have since used it! Now the new thing we’ve tried lately is the concept of a Souve for cooking. There are several types of Souve’s you can get either on Amazon or other online or in person cooking places. Souve cooks with water. What you do is simply put your food, species altogether in a plastic bag, seal the bag.

I guess the other tech you need is a  bag sealer.  Seal the bag and put it either in a pot with an attached Souve or in a Souve oven. A Souve heats the water to a consistent temperature and allows you to cook something in its juices. So far we’ve tried it with a couple of chicken dishes. You mix the chicken, and other things (carrots and potatoes in our case) a little garlic, salt and pepper and then seal the bag. We heated the Souve to 200 degrees. It cooked the chicken in about 20 minutes. The chicken was fresh and tasted wonderful. I did add just a little chicken broth to the bag before I sealed it. I know I am probably more cooking tech-focused than most people.

But I love tech, and I love to cook! Sometimes the mixing of both is a good thing. Plus, one of the things I look for in cooking tech reduces the time I have to spend getting ready. IThe easier things can be up front the less time, it takes me. I love spending time in the kitchen when I have time to spend. But often the reality of the day is you don’t have time. Plus there is nothing fire than Maryland Crab Cakes done in the air fryer! They are crispy without being dunked in oil! You can air fry anything you would deep fry from French Fries to Crab Cakes. The next thing I want to do is a Souve Dinner Party. You put an empty pouch on the plate, let people fill it, and drop them in the Souve to Cook.

  • Have you heard of a Souve for cooking?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Have you heard of the Ninja Foodi?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Have you tried air frying?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you own a pressure cooker?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you think a Souve Dinner party would be fun?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

12 points

Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.


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  1. Q: Have you heard of a Souve for cooking?
    Yes (1 votes) – 14%
    No (6 votes) – 86%
    Q: Have you heard of the Ninja Foodi?
    Yes (3 votes) – 43%
    No (4 votes) – 57%
    Q: Have you tried air frying?
    Yes (1 votes) – 17%
    No (5 votes) – 83%
    Q: Do you own a pressure cooker?
    Yes (4 votes) – 57%
    No (3 votes) – 43%
    Q: Do you think a Souve Dinner party would be fun?
    Yes (5 votes) – 83%
    No (1 votes) – 17%

  2. I do not get to know the cooking, dear friend … so I have a wife … I can cook macaroni and sput eggs, but then my cooking skills end….I’ll show my wife a post and read her … she probably knows more

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