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sou
[soo]
NOUN
1.
(formerly) either of two bronze coins of France, equal to 5 centimes and 10 centimes.
2.
sol.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sous-vide

Sous-vide is a method of cooking in which food is vacuum-sealed in a plastic pouch and then placed in a water bath or steam environment for longer than ...

www.chefsteps.com/activities/what-is-sous-vide

Imagine you're cooking a steak. You probably know exactly the color and texture —the doneness, in other words—you'd like, right? With sous vide (say “sue ...

anovaculinary.com/what-is-sous-vide

Sous vide” refers to the process of vacuum-sealing food and cooking it in a temperature controlled water bath. Learn how to cook sous vide at home.

www.sousvidesupreme.com/en-us/learn/what-is-sous-vide.htm

Sous Vide is a French cooking technique, which translates to “under vacuum." In this technique food is vacuum-sealed in a cooking pouch and heated up at a ...

www.seriouseats.com/2016/01/first-thing-to-cook-with-sous-vide-immersion-circulator-essential-recipes.html

You've never cooked sous vide before, and it's unlike any kind of cooking you've done in the past. Where should you start? What should you cook first? Here's a ...

www.myrecipes.com/how-to/what-is-sous-vide

Jan 10, 2017 ... Tender, perfectly cooked vegetables and impossibly succulent steak are made so easy with this near 50-year-old cooking technique. Sous vide ...

modernistcuisine.com/2013/01/why-cook-sous-vide

Jan 15, 2013 ... Cooking sous vide is easier than its fancy name might suggest. You simply seal the ingredients in a plastic bag (you can also use a canning jar) ...

www.winespectator.com/drvinny/show/id/5457

—Michael, Irvine, Calif. Dear Michael, "Sous bois" is a French term that refers to a forest-floor or undergrowth note. Sous bois suggests something more than jus.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sous

Define sous: being an assistant —used chiefly in titles — sous in a sentence.