Restaurants have used sous vide cookers for years, and now they’re available to home cooks. Seal your food in a plastic bag, immerse it in water, and the machine heats and circulates the water to a precise temperature. Accurate to one degree or less, sous vide machines allow you to cook food exactly to your liking. Sous vide is an excellent method for cooking wild game, since overcooking is what gives venison and waterfowl an objectionable liver taste. But sous vide cookers aren’t just for game. They are perfect for steaks, chops, eggs, vegetables, and even slow-cooking cuts like brisket and ribs.