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I can empathize to a point. Best wishes to you and her.
Since I went multi trauma back in 1991 to Vanderbilt University Hospital from a motorcycle accident and was ventilated with a tube down my throat I sometimes get choked on certain foods if I eat to fast. So when I get that feeling of food not going down after I have swallowed it I have to sit quietly and relax until the food eventually goes down then I can continue to eat. It gets a little scary at times. :blush: Some day I guess I need to go to a specialist and maybe I can get help. :unsure:
I will have to try it sometime. I have looked into the concept and maybe I could try to duplicate it. I have a high school science class hot plate I wonder if that will put out a low temp with a cut of meat in a food saver bag.
I usually have a problem when eating my shredded wheat cereal spoon size to be exact but, there had been times when at work and taking a break and in a hurry. It don't happen often maybe once a month if that. Drinking something never helps and almost makes it worse.
I find Sous Vide cooking interesting. I have a lot of other things going on right now and just want to learn the concept. What meats do you use (Do you only use beef steaks I assume your foods are vacuum sealed using a food saver) and what technique? Do you low temp cook till a certain temp has been achieved or time the low temp cook? Then do you add seasonings and brown or sear to a point?
Thanks for the link I saved it.