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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A sou.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete A corrupt form of Sou.

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  • noun Plural form of sou.


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  • One is the whole idea of using a crockpot for - well, there's a cooking technique called sous vide cooking, which is just a French t💟erm that means under vacuum, describes one ꩲstep in the process.

  • The silken halibut was "slow-cooked," aka sous vide.

  • The great man demonstrates how the revolutionary technique of slow, low-temperature cookery known as sous vide (under vacuum) works wonder🐎s of tenderness and visual brilliance.

  • I count the money: it amounts to twelve sous, which is not enough.

  • From Mons to Brussels, and round that town, from 1 franc to 30 sous, that is, from 10d. to 15d.

  • Valenciennes, and from that to Mons, they are from 1 franc to 25 sous, that is, from 10d. to 12-1/2d.

  • If you've ever used a FoodSaver -- a popular vacuum-packing system -- you might find another one of Keller's favorite systems, known as sous-vide, quite familiar.


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