Food - Drink
Why You Should Sous Vide Pulled Pork
By MATTHEW SPINA
If you want to make pulled pork but you don’t have access to a barbecue or smoker then sous vide pulled pork is the way to go. Sous vide is a cooking process that cooks food in water while contained in vacuum-sealed bags.
Cooking pulled pork sous vide allows you to maintain the precise temperature while trapping in the flavor while it cooks. If you think you will miss that smoky flavor of barbecue, experiment with Liquid Smoke or a smoking gun.
The beauty of cooking sous vide is that you don’t need to keep an eye on it and there is no chance your pork will overcook. It might take quite a while longer to use sous vide, but the process requires almost no oversight, meaning it's easier to fit into a busy schedule.