The Yedi Sous Vide Cooker is a mid-range sous vide cooker from Yedi Housewares. Compared to similar models, you’re going to be paying more for less. We recommend going with the Anova Nano or Gramercy at this price range.
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Yedi Sous Vide Features
The Yedi sous vide is a 1,000 watt immersion circulator with a flow rate of 2.1 gpm. While 1000 watts is more than enough for most home sous vide cooks, it has trouble maintaining temperature for larger cooks, such as a roast or brisket.
Another important thing when cooking sous vide is temperature accuracy. The Yedi sous vide doesn’t hold temperature to the degree that we can confidently recommend.
Also, there’s no automatic shutoff if the water level gets too low or too high.
The Yedi Housewares sous vide is controlled by the buttons on the unit itself. You’ll easily see what you’re selecting via the LED display.
Included with the purchase of the Yedi sous vide is a hand pump, 20 sous vide bags, 4 sous vide container clips, 2 vacuum sealer clips, a recipe cookbook, and a cooking time table cheat sheet.
- For $89.99 you get the cooker and essential accessories kit
- 1000W is powerful enough for most sous vide cooks
- Has a hard time maintaining consistent temperature
- No automatic shutoff if water is too low or high
- Bad customer service
Yedi Sous Vide Review Conclusion
Overall, I can’t confidently recommend the Yedi sous vide. If there was a firmware update that came out that fixed the temperature issues and the automatic water shutoff problem, we could recommend it. For now, we recommend the Anova Nano or Gramercy for the same price.
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