I have a good container for my “day to day” sous vide needs but am looking to do some longer sous vide with bigger cuts of meat and for longer periods.
If I was in the USA, I would just pick up a Coleman 48 Can Stacker and go that route as it seems to be very effective and fit for purpose.
But I am in the UK and you cannot get the above unless you want to pay a fortune in shipping and import duty.
I was thinking about using the Cambro “Go Box” as I can get them here in the UK and if I got an extra lid, I could use it both for the actual sous vide cook as well as for “holding” meat when needed.
Any thoughts on the above? I would modify one of the top loaders lids so my Anova SV would slot in. And I like that they offer a variety of lids including a split “flip lid”.
They are not cheap but the cost is the same as the Coleman here in the UK (once you factor in shipping and taxes). I would get something I could use for multiple use cases and with the ability to get a split lid and normal lid.
My next question is whether to get something in a 35L, 46L or 53L…
The Coleman is about 31L.
How far do people push the Anova with an INSULATED container? Could it hand 46L?