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No need to use a straw, just lower the bag slowly into the water letting the air escape at one end then seal the bag. I think I use a similar controller to yours.
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Errrmmm Watter only has one T.
OK thanks, 2 T of baking powder sounds a lot but then I am not a cook. haha.
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Looks great and I want to give it a go but a quick question.Does the T mean teaspoon or tablespoon? I am guessing teaspoon.
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I use ziplock bags for sous vide. Put your food in the bag and zip the lock most of the way but leaving maybe 1 inch open. Slowly lower the bag into water allowing the air to escape. Once all the air is out, seal the zip. I tend to use heavier duty bags but have never had any leakage during cooking.
Excellent instructable and ingenious use of materials.
Excellent project. Great to get kids involved.In at least 2 pictures ppl are seen with their bare hands below the fresnel lens. You need to take great care around those things. Serious and possibly life changing burns can occur in seconds. Please play safe.
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