Sous vide (pronounced soo–veed) is a French term, meaning under vacuum. Somehow, way under the radar, the sous vide culinary technique, which entails vacuum-sealed food that is immersed in a water bath and cooked at an exact and consistent temperature, has exploded and become the food of the hour. If you don’t prepare sous vide meat, for instance, you’re just not keeping up with the times.
With the confetti barely cleared from the streets and 2015 a not-so-distant memory, millions of people turn their thoughts to something else every January 1: New Year’s resolutions.
If your goals for the year ahead include eating better, you’re not alone. In fact, losing weight and getting fit; eating healthier and dieting, and drinking less are all among the most commonly made — and commonly broken — resolutions, according to Time Magazine.