ok maybe i am a sucker for a good deal. But last night i stopped into aldis to get some cheese and salsa and there they had a sous vide wand cooker marked down to $25 usd. I have marginally read about them but $25 seemed a good deal and so i tucked it under my arm with my groceries and headed to cash out. So at the time i was kinda thinking this might be a nice way to be able to make a fresh lunch at work. You see 3 or 4 days a month i need to be at work from 8:30am to 8:00pm to fire kilns and often have no time to go find a nice warm lunch or dinner. So i was thinking i could fill some mason jars with various grains, pasta or rice, some premade sauce, and some veggies and when i got into work set up the sous vide to cooking and by lunch time have a nice filling lunch instead of a cold pb&j sandwich and crackers. And then keep it warm for dinner later. Now i might have misunderstood a sous vide but does this sound like a doable use of a sous vide wand cooker?