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For the Easiest Duck Confit at Home, Go Sous Vide

There are few preparations better suited to sous vide cooking than confit, a technique that traditionally involves gently cooking a meat in its own rendered fat. Using sous vide to make duck confit eliminates the need for rendered fat, and the precise temperature control allows you to cook the legs for the absolute best texture—insanely silky and fork-tender.
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