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Crock-Pot 6-Qt Programmable Slow Cooker w/ Digital Timer (Stainless Steel) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Crock-Pot 6-Quart Programmable Cook & Carry Slow Cooker w/ Digital Timer (Stainless Steel, SCCPVL610-S) for $31.79. Shipping is free or get 2-day free shipping with Prime. Thanks Cric8
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Crock-Pot 6-Quart Programmable Cook & Carry Slow Cooker with Digital Timer, Stainless Steel , SCCPVL610-S for $31.79 + FS @ Amazon


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This is an okay price but if you are in the market (and it's still available) get the current "used" Instant Pot deal.
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Have this exact model and it's great. Make sure to buy the Reynolds liners.
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Lowest price according to ccc. Thought was a time set function but only a timer for how long you want it to stay on.
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not bad..
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Just found this at Costco store for $29.99 plus $5 rebate. Was listed at $39.99 but lower at check out

https://m.costco.com/Crock-Pot-6-...78876.html
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Are these supposed to cook food, or just keep it warm? I had a 6qt Crock Pot model from Kohl's that couldn't even boil water on high setting. Are they all like that?
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Are these supposed to cook food, or just keep it warm? I had a 6qt Crock Pot model from Kohl's that couldn't even boil water on high setting. Are they all like that?
It cooks at a low temp, so it needs time to full cook through food. I usually use for soups or stews - set it in the morning and should be ready by dinner
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Looks like they had a very similar model today at Costco with a free mini crock for warming for $30
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It cooks at a low temp, so it needs time to full cook through food. I usually use for soups or stews - set it in the morning and should be ready by dinner
How low, that's the question. If it can't boil water, it can't cook safely. When it's food in the pot, instead of water, the center will be even cooler.
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Our slow cooker became obsolete when we got an instant pot
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How low, that's the question. If it can't boil water, it can't cook safely. When it's food in the pot, instead of water, the center will be even cooler.
Don't know the temp exactly, but remember my stews would be at a low boil by the end of the day. Pretty sure it's safe if used properly. I usually search for specific slow cooker recipes and pay attention to the cooking time requirements. Slow cookers have been around for a while, and never heard any horror stories. 👍
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How low, that's the question. If it can't boil water, it can't cook safely. When it's food in the pot, instead of water, the center will be even cooler.
slow cookers are what came before the fancy "Sous-vide" cooking, it will safely cook food, food does not have to be boiling to be safe, it just has to be hot enough to kill any bacteria or other bad things by the time you are ready to eat, most slow cookers will do that in about 8 hours on low, or about 4 hours on high.
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Don't know the temp exactly, but remember my stews would be at a low boil by the end of the day. Pretty sure it's safe if used properly. I usually search for specific slow cooker recipes and pay attention to the cooking time requirements. Slow cookers have been around for a while, and never heard any horror stories. 👍
Do they boil at all throughout, or just right at the wall edges? No doubt some models cook hotter than others, I think I just had a bad one.
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slow cookers are what came before the fancy "Sous-vide" cooking, it will safely cook food, food does not have to be boiling to be safe, it just has to be hot enough to kill any bacteria or other bad things by the time you are ready to eat, most slow cookers will do that in about 8 hours on low, or about 4 hours on high.
It doesn't have to boil through and through, but it has to get close. And that's just for sanitation concerns. Higher temperatures can be desirable for some dishes.

If the unit won't even boil water at the side wall where the heat is, it won't heat the center of the pot nearly high enough, unless you do a lot of stirring, which defeats the purpose.

All slow cookers are not the same.
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