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Trouble is the range is so wide, and it appears to widen as the temp increases.
And Sous Vide cooking is all about precision - this circulator used to hold the water at x degrees C +/- 0.1C and you need at least +/- 1C to tune it for the "right protein". (There is a lot of science involved in exactly what you are doing, but it's the same as "regular cooking" - the higher the core temperature of the meat, the more "well done" and chewy it gets. Being accurate on your temperature allows you to specify exactly how you want it, and a relatively small variation has a big effect on the appearance, texture, and flavour of the resulting food. In addition, undercooking chicken for example risks not killing the really nasty bugs [Campylobacter, Salmonella, and Clostridium Perfringens; as well as "Hygiene related" problems like E-coli if handlers further down the food chain aren't fastidious] and nobody wants them!)
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