How long does Joule take to preheat?

Chef's answer
around 10 minutesPart of what compelled me to buy Joule was its faster heating. Sous vide cooking already takes a long time. On average, Joule took around 10 minutes to heat water to the temperatures I desired, and Anova often took about five to 10 minutes longer.30 Nov 2016
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around 10 minutesPart of what compelled me to buy Joule was its faster heating. Sous vide cooking already takes a long time. On average, Joule took around 10 minutes to heat water to the temperatures I desired, and Anova often took about five to 10 minutes longer.30 Nov 2016
If you love sous vide, the Joule is a great buy. There's nothing else like it. If you are brand new to sous vide but are intrigued by the idea, this is a perfect introduction. Using the ChefSteps app will make your learning process much easier.22 Aug 2019
The difference in power is by design: Joule draws 1,100 watts of power and Anova draws 900 watts. Joule also uses a thick-film heating element that helps heat water more quickly than the coil heating system that Anova and other sous vide cookers use.30 Nov 2016
To start cooking with Joule, you'll need to use the app or voice control, but once a cooking session has started, you can leave Joule completely unattended. ... Closing the app, turning off your phone (even if it dies by accident!), or completely leaving the area where Joule is cooking should not affect your cook.30 Jan 2020
x or later and Android 4.4 or later. Once your Joule is plugged in and hooked up to your home Wi-Fi, you can start it up from afar. ... A super useful feature, especially if you're running late, is that the Joule app will also tell you how long you can safely leave your food in the water without overcooking it.17 Aug 2019
Joule works only with a WiFi or Bluetooth connection. You can cook without WiFi via Joule's Bluetooth connection, but your phone or tablet needs to be connected to the internet while pairing with Joule.30 Jan 2020
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