What is sous vide? How is Cinder different?

Sous vide is a modern cooking technique chefs use to accurately cook foods: Food is placed in a plastic bag and cooked in a water bath held at a precise temperature. 

Cinder brings this same principle to the approachable and familiar countertop grill form factor. 

Cinder doesn't require you to vacuum seal your food or wait 40 minutes for your water bath to reach temperature. Plus, whereas sous-vide can only get as hot as boiling water (212 °F), Cinder quickly reaches 450 °F to cook and sear your meat and vegetables. 

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