So I have a large BGE with the plate setter and a baking steel. The AR seems to be the darling of this board -- and looking at it, I get it, it presents a lot of options. While part of me thinks that getting an AR would give me some new options, I'm not currently feeling thwarted by what I have -- but I also may not know what I am missing.
On the other hand, I'm rather enthralled by the increasingly affordable sous vide rigs. I'm familiar with what the technique brings to the table, but I had held off, first, because the immersion circulators were so expensive and, second, because even once the immersion circulators became more affordable, I figured that it would be a waste without a great vac sealer. I'm still not wholly disabused of that notion, however it seems that a $70 Foodsaver could satisfy 90% of my needs. While I could spring for a really good chamber sealer, I probably shouldn't do that right now.
Here's the question: would an Anova IC coupled with the cheap Foodsaver and a Cambo container be a more significant upgrade to my rig than adding an AR?
What would you guys do? Suggestions? Thoughts? Thanks!
I will never cook inside again.