#1 Most Dangerous Way To Cook An Omelet

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I'm currently planning for a camping trip in a few weeks, and part of that research includes what we're going to eat. 

It's going to be a lot of meals you can fry up in a cast-iron skillet, or boil in a pot of water

so I've been sifting through the Internet (particularly Pinterest) for some clever ideas.

One of the most outrageous ideas I've seen so far involves omelets…boiled in a plastic bag.

My curiosity was perked, so I did some digging about plastic bag omelets. And wouldn't you know, this method of boiling food in plastic bags actually has a name.

It's called the sous vide method, and it can be used for all kinds of foods. Yet while it's convenient 

"Sous vide" means "under vacuum" in French, which refers to the food being sealed in a plastic bag under a particular kind of pressure. 

If you Google "sous vide" you'll actually have a few machines come up that allow you to cook properly in this fashion. 

The water bath it comes with is temperature-controlled, allowing for your food to cook in the water at a slower pace.

While this method is effective (and many find it delicious), if you're not careful, there could be a lot of harm to your food, particularly if you cook it in plastic.


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