George Foreman changed the kitchen game when he slapped his name on a low-rent panini press and sold it to the masses. In the late 90s and early aughts, the George Foreman Grill was the kitchen appliance to own -- after the refrigerator, microwave, and stove. But what if the George Foreman grill wasn't that cheapo appliance your grandma bought you when you went to college? What if it was a super smart device that could cook your food perfectly without you ever keeping an eye on it. That might just be what the Cinder Precision Grill is -- the magical meat maker I've always wanted.
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Over the past three years, we've tested over a dozen sous vide setups to find the best for your kitchen. We like the Anova Precision Cooker (Wi-Fi Edition) the best because it's reliable, works with almost any container, and has a decent app that you will actually want to use. If you don't need the range of Wi-Fi, Anova also makes a cheaper, Bluetooth-only version.