Amazing Food Made Easy Boutique Page

Sous Vide Bags

We all love sous vide, and sometimes we want everyone else to know we love it. Check out our sous vide bags and see which ones inspire you to show off!

Note: This is a Threadless item, and can be ordered at the same time as our shirts, mugs, notebooks, phone cases, and bags.

Types of Sous Vide Bags

Tote Bags

When you need something to carry all your gear while making a statement, you can turn to our sous vide tote bags. They come in three sizes including 13" by 13", 16" by 16", or 18" by 18". So toss in your circulator, your blow torch, and some tongs and you can get sous viding anywhere!

Drawstring Bags

When you are on the move but don't want to leave your circulator behind, grab our sous vide drawstring bag and your circulator and you can be right out the door. At 19" by 15" it's big enough to hold a lot of gear while still being comfortable to wear.

Zip Pouches

The perfect bag to carry all your cooking odds and ends like a thermometer, bottle opener, pencils and pens, a gram scale, your fancy finishing salt, or even a flask of "cooking" bourbon! Comes in two sizes, either 8.5" by 6" or 12.5" by 8.5".

Do You Sous Vide Beef?

Do You Sous Vide? If so, let everyone know with our fun cow bags.

  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag

Do You Sous Vide Pork?

Are pigs more your thing? Our pig themed "Do You Sous Vide" bags will help you make a statement.

  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag

Do You Sous Vide Chicken?

If you think sous vide chicken is divine, let everyone know with our "Do You Sous Vide" chicken bags!

  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag
  • Sous Vide Bag

I Love My Sous Vide

Show the love of your favorite circulator with these "I Love My Sous Vide" bags!

  • Sous Vide Tote Bag
  • Sous Vide Drawstring Bag
  • Sous Vide pouch
  • Sous Vide tote Bag
  • Sous Vide drawstring Bag
  • Sous Vide zip pouch

Jason logsdon headshot This article is by me, Jason Logsdon. I'm an adventurous home cook and professional blogger who loves to try new things, especially when it comes to cooking. I've explored everything from sous vide and whipping siphons to pressure cookers and blow torches; created foams, gels and spheres; made barrel aged cocktails and brewed beer. I have also written 10 cookbooks on modernist cooking and sous vide and I run the website.
Affiliate Disclaimer: Some links on this site might be affiliate links that if used to purchased products I might receive money. I like money but I will not endorse something I don't believe in. Please feel free to directly go to any products I link to and bypass the referral link if you feel uncomfortable with me receiving funds.
placeholder image

Cookie Consent

This website uses cookies or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalized recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy