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BEER-N-BBQ by Larry

Sous Vide Strip Steak on the PicoBrew Pico Pro

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Hi all,

 

I recently acquired a PicoBrew Pico Pro electric brewing device to review on my YouTube channel (The Pico Pro: A Hands-On Review) and discovered that it has a sous vide mode built-in.  I couldn't resist giving it a try as you can see in the video below.  Turned out perfectly medium rare and very juicy.  I just wish it had the charcoal flavor it was lacking.

 

 

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