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They are simply making way more money from the local cooking classes and lessons they offer whereever they are located. Why would they care about a youtube channel that served its purpose, spread the word around , got them money from Joule to turn it into an ad channel. Its outlived its purpose. Time to pack it up.
I'm a really big fan of your channel and I appreciate the cinematography and all that but I mean you've been slacking and like idk it feels like your not putting much effort in the video ideas anymore. Another problem is, it's either " use the joule or nothing " or like " obvious tips everyone is aware about ". Don't take this as a hate comment just take it as constructive criticism.
Where's the recipe videos? With nick and Gavin and Riley... those were fun. These are just lazy montages. I love chefsteps, you guys inspired me to really strive for my dreams of being a chef. Can you keep doing that? Xx
Please come back to a higher level, I got premium to get knowledge and ideas, not this "get on a grill with the family" thing you are doing right now... Get it good like it use to be, more research on sous vide, new sauces and side dishes. I would love a segment on Deli style food but remastered with your skills and creativity.
im a pastry chef and bought chefs steps premium for the dessert recipes. you have not made any dessert or even sweet related video in about a year. instead its just 1 minute videos on obvious tips or using damn joule. this channel has gone very downhill
I just made the gluten free cookies that you guys made here a few years ago. Made them for my sister whose Celiac's affects her ability to enjoy my baking and most beers. Also made the spongey chocolate cake, the Olive Oil Cake was beloved by my roommates and the smokeless smoky ribs wowed the neighbors. I'll definitely be buying a Joule this Christmas.
dang all that looks good. Why does everyone hate this channel all of a sudden? Joule is legit, the tips are legit, the production is legit.....I hope these negative comments don't translate to "bad ratings" or whatever - keep this goodness going!!
wtf? are you guys retarded? this eliminates the whole point of grilling. you're just utilizing its heat, practically cooking on a stove/burner. you might as well do that if the food's not gonna get any contact with the smoke.
nasake cuz we know better. this video's nothing other than clickbait for people who actually know cooking. and before you ramble on, i'm actually a culinary student, so whatever it is you might say/ask, i'd be happy to answer it.
You have 650k subs... There are people who have turn audiences smaller than that into entire businesses, yet you use it to post low effort videos and ads for Joule, which at this point isn't unique, there are plenty of other sous vide cookers for less money on the market. You know you've fucked up in the PR department when subscribing to your channel actively pushes people away from your company and products.
Came here for inspiring videos from cooks with passion in their eyes. Videos about perfection without needing to be perfect. Cooks that inspire people and show people, like me, how to up their food game without being a professional.
Please come back to us guys, because these 'tips and tricks' can be found all over the internet, and the way you did videos before, cannot.
+Forssa1 I never said or implied that "grill flavor" (whatever the hell that is) can pass through solid objects. However, there's this thing called smoke that can rise up from the charcoals of your grill that imparts flavors to the things you cook over the charcoals.
Ever notice how when you cook something on a grill the smoky flavor isn't just on the one surface of the meat that was facing directly at the charcoals, and instead wraps around the entire piece of food that you're cooking? Cooking in an open pan over charcoals is not the same thing as putting the steak in between two pans and welding them together lmao.
@Tredon Young do you always respond to someones comment on anything with such an aggressive suggestion? The video was very much not "tips and tricks". Nothing in the video showed any form of advice on how to get a better product, or something that might make things easier. But I suppose all people should just kill themselves instead, as you seem to put it.
Honestly, I don't know what happened with this channel. I was a long time fan. They have great videos but the fan base interaction is dead. I ended up buying an Anova sous vide cooking and convinced 4 other friends to get one too. Those sales could've have been towards Joule but you guys haven't showed much appreciation for your fans. Grant, I hope you're reading this. Joule should be the new household name for sous vide cooking. You guys gotta amp up your marketing and give your fans a little showmanship. Let us know you hear us.
I totally agree that the channel or even chefsteps changed a lot since they started. What was once high end cuisine is now a selfdiscovery process in which everyone does what he wants. Not that it bothers me, but I was more interested in the vids closer to modernist cuisine like the fois gras roche - I liked that perfectionism. This is also why I wanted to buy a joule once it got announced and why I bought chefsteps premium. Now years later after it is still not available in other countries I bought myself another brand. Also I am disappointed about the addition of content to the premium classes.
Joule still doesn't ship internationally as well, unlike Anova (which I'm really happy with). Lost opportunity Chefsteps team! Also, the whole point of grilling is to get the smoky sear. What's the point of a pan?