Sous vide is also a great way to prepare tuna to be served nearly raw, sashimi-style, or to be used in recipes where you'd typically use canned tuna, giving you better texture and flavor than any canned option
Top 100 board of trend predictions across life and style categories for SOUS VIDE (Pronounced sue-veed, is the fancy name for cooking by sealing your ingredients in a plastic bag and cooking them in water.) On the picture garlic confit.
A batch of sous vide tomato sauce. The results were just as I had hoped, a sauce fresh enough to taste like it came straight from my garden, but with an intensified, rich tomato flavor typically achieved by hours of simmering on the stove.