The English words fascism and fascist are borrowings from Italian fascismo and fascista, derivatives of fascio (plural fasci ), “bundle, fasces, group.” Fascista was first used in 1914 to refer to members of a fascio, or political group. In 1919, fascista was applied to the black-shirted members of Benito Mussolini’s organization, the Fasci di combattimento (“combat groups”), who seized power in Italy in 1922. Playing on the word fascista, Mussolini’s party adopted the fasces, a bundle of rods with an ax among them, as a symbol of the Italian people united and obedient to the single authority of the state. The English word fascist was first used for members of Mussolini’s fascisti, but it has since been generalized to those of similar beliefs.
Once you have marinated and vacuum sealed your meat, the next step is to cook it. With the Sous-Vide cooking method at practice, your main role will be to control the water temperatures. Depending on how big your meat pieces are, you will be the judge of what temperatures you should maintain through the cooking process. The type of vacuum sealer or immersion circulator you use could also determine how long you have to keep checking the dish. Some immersion circulators for instance are so good that they regulate the exact water temperatures needed as the cooking process continues. They are also well insulated, and lose very little amounts of heat.