Here is the continuation of my sous-vide cooking story I began to tell in the last post
As described last week, I finally received everything I ordered:
I dusted off my soldering iron and soldered a cable to the LM35. Then I dipped the extremity into silicone to make it waterproof. With everything connected to the Arduino, my circuit looks like this:
Yeah... I know, a Tupperware is not the best container for a micro-controller. But I thought it would help avoiding to drop water on the Arduino.
With everything connected to the Arduino, all that remained was to program a controller. I installed the Simulink Support Package for Arduino
Update: This model was created using MATLAB R2011b. Since R2012a Simulink provides built-in support for prototyping, testing, and running models on low-cost target hardware, including Arduino®, LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT, and BeagleBoard.
Within just a few minutes, I created the following model and uploaded it on the Arduino:
While this is running on the target, I can monitor the process on my PC using another model:
I mixed a nice rub
and vacuum-sealed a bunch of pork ribs.
I left them to cook for 24 hours at 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
I was so excited when it was time to take them out that I forgot to take pictures. I put them in the oven at broil for 2 minutes, just to give a little crunch on the top.
Believe me... that was totally worth the effort. Next time I'll try the 72 hours brisket!
Now it's your turn
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