Reviewing High(er) End Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 2

Kitchen gadgets; are they useful or not? That’s the big question we’ll be asking ourselves in today’s episode! Have a watch to see what our resident chefs, James and Ben thought when they tested and reviewed a selection of kitchen equipment… including a ‘smart’ indoor garden!

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Click and Grow Smart Garden 3:
https://amzn.to/3biCiJM

Anova Precision Vacuum Sealer:
https://amzn.to/2EKGWEf

Alex Pole 11 Inch Skillet:
11" SKILLET

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Reviewing High(er) End Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 2 – Video published on YouTube by SORTEDfood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIeDbSrwmq0

20 thoughts on “Reviewing High(er) End Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 2

  1. The Vilyn says:

    i wand a sous vide episode with sous vide everything, would be very interesting.

    even if it was like a video call just to like go over what sous vide is deeper and find out delicious recipes. dont have a sous vide machine but guga makes me always want to try it lol

  2. kathy Tiedje says:

    In the Midwest of the united states we “split a steer” . Meaning that extended family will go in on live head of cattle. It could last a family the whole year. We use those vacuum sealers for the meat because it keeps them from becoming freezer burned for much longer than a ziploc bag.

  3. themasqueradingcow91 says:

    With that pan, consider a half decent aluminium, non-stick pan with a teflon coating. Maybe £20/25 a pop and might last 5 years of decent use before the coating has been scratched, the base has been dinged a bit.

    If you had the money to hand at the time, I’d say it’s a great purchase

  4. Fermented Badger says:

    Jamie blinking between the cut scenes reminded me of I Dream of Genie. Guess I’m showing my age. *grin*

  5. Mrs. Thomas says:

    Food waste is bad, but it is biodegradable. Plastic isn’t. Just be mindful and you won’t have food waste. Do you think they could make a recyclable bag?

  6. mitchyuk says:

    Please, please, please, I’m begging you, can you tone down the background music. You really don’t need it and it’s distracting as all hell.

  7. Deanna Martin says:

    When reviewing this pans, it would be great if in 6/12 months, you did a update on how they’re lasting!

  8. Andrea Gillette says:

    I’d like Jamie to look up Alex the French Guy’s version of sous vide steak… it may make him want to take this vacuum gadget home! He also makes a very cheap sous vide set up.

  9. Jessica Benjamin says:

    I saw my notification at like 8:30 AM just as I was starting to fall asleep but I decided to try something different and instead of staying up, I saved the video as “a special treat” for when I woke up lol. But it encouraged me to make myself a steak with bernaise sauce for lunch cause I was feeling a little fancy!!! This channel really is the best 🙂

  10. Sharon Deitrick says:

    If you get a full animal from farm or large amounts of produce that you don’t want freezer burn the air removal is a big plus.

  11. Erick Robinson says:

    Sous vide works great for any fatty meat. I’ve cooked pork shoulder roast, beef roast, corned beef brisket, and steak. It also works well for veg. You don’t really need a vacuum sealer, when you can use the water displacement method.

  12. Isabel Y says:

    I’ve just watched one of their earlier videos and omg how far they’ve come. They are so grown up now!!!
    I love how serious Jamie is in this video❤️

  13. TyggyToo says:

    This is hydroponic. The plant takes up exactly what it needs. There is air pumped thru the liquid gives the roots enough.

  14. Yurtle Mc says:

    Do a review of different things in the growing thing please, it’d be wicked to see how well it does

  15. Rae R says:

    I find the smartgarden infuriatingly useless to the point where I dug through their website for evidence that it did ANYTHING compelling at all.

    I didn’t find any.

    Thank you, I hate it!

  16. NiklasStøterau says:

    Re. the Vacuum sealer: I am of the firm opinion that food waste is by far the bigger problem in industrial nations like the UK is (or Germany in my case).
    These countries take great care that each and every bit of plastic is recycled as opposed to some South East Asian countries where this is just not an option due to lack of funding or numerous other reasons.
    On the other hand, for us it’s not a big deal to throw some food away but adding up all whatever-million people this is a big problem that needs a solution.
    And as Ben said, the vacuum sealer does provide a good solution to this

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