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Sous Vide prepared meals

H12mikeH12mike Posts: 118
We are looking for a source for quality prepared meals which can be Sous vide.  I will visit Omaha Steaks today and check out their selection, but was wondering if there were other sources available.

X-Large BGE, DigiQ, ThermaQ (Blue), Joetissirie, ex Blackstone Griddle (my daughter decided to draft it into service in her RV)

Highland Village, TX

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  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 8,487
    Not sure I understand, are you looking for a fully prepared meal that you want to warm in the bubble bath? 
    No question that pulled pork, the kind you do yourself, packaged and frozen can be dropped into the pot to rewarm. The Trés Booblay is ideal for leftovers, but buying a prepared meal to reheat have never considered.  
    Delta B.C. - Whiskey and steak, because no good story ever started with someone having a salad!
  • H12mikeH12mike Posts: 118
    I would like to try some ready to eat prepared meals.  I already do the frozen leftovers from the egg and they are great but I am looking for something I would normally not cook myself.

    X-Large BGE, DigiQ, ThermaQ (Blue), Joetissirie, ex Blackstone Griddle (my daughter decided to draft it into service in her RV)

    Highland Village, TX

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 25,054
    realeats.com?  dont know anything about them

  • johnnypjohnnyp Posts: 3,473
    edited July 22
    Sous vide processed proteins can be completely pastuerized and, if you dont open the bag, will keep for up to two weeks in your fridge.  So only bag a couple of chicken pieces at a time, sear protein, saute veggies and voila quick meal.  

    It can cut down on your prep time, but if you're looking for the SV verison of a microwave dinner, I don't think you'll find it.
    XL & MM BGE, 36" Blackstone - Newport News, VA
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