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8-Quart Instant Pot DUO Plus 1200W 9-in-1 Multi-Use Pressure Cooker EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 8-Quart Instant Pot DUO Plus 1200W 9-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker on sale for $99.95. Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9
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Duo plus replaces 9 common kitchen Appliances including pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, egg cooker, saute, steamer, warmer, and sterilizer.
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I have the 8 quart. If I'm already storing some bulky kitchen appliance, I figured I should get the larger capacity. While many recipes online are written for 6qt, its not rocket science to slightly increase the yield. Plus it gives a buffer to make sure you won't over fill it.

I also use mine to make stock, so I like being able to make as much as possible with each batch.
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I would not recommend this. The 8 quart model is harder to use because of the larger capacity, it requires more water. Most Instant Pot recipes on the internet are for the 6 quart model and will NOT work on the 8 quart model without modification.

The price is only going down because new models are coming out which will have better features.
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DUO Plus is an upgraded version of the popular DUO series.
8 Qt. has a discounted price for $99.95.

The 3 & 6 Qt doesn't that much discount as the 8 Qt.
This deal is only alive for today so act fast!!!

https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Po...ultra&th=1
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Not sure if I should get this or wait for a deal on the Ultra version as that one seems to be more popular. How useful is the Ultra feature though?
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I would not recommend this. The 8 quart model is harder to use because of the larger capacity, it requires more water. Most Instant Pot recipes on the internet are for the 6 quart model and will NOT work on the 8 quart model without modification.

The price is only going down because new models are coming out which will have better features.
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I have the 8 quart. If I'm already storing some bulky kitchen appliance, I figured I should get the larger capacity. While many recipes online are written for 6qt, its not rocket science to slightly increase the yield. Plus it gives a buffer to make sure you won't over fill it.

I also use mine to make stock, so I like being able to make as much as possible with each batch.
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I need the 6 qt so can follow recipes and keep cooking Marxist, communist simple
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Not sure if I should get this or wait for a deal on the Ultra version as that one seems to be more popular. How useful is the Ultra feature though?
I decided against the ultra. The added feature is setting the exact temperature for sauteing (instead of 3 preset levels). Also a steam option without pressure for al dente veggies (my family loves mushy streamed anyway).
Wasn't worth the extra $25 in my mind (best deal on 6qt IP: duo plus was $75, ultra was $100).
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I have the 8 quart. If I'm already storing some bulky kitchen appliance, I figured I should get the larger capacity. While many recipes online are written for 6qt, its not rocket science to slightly increase the yield. Plus it gives a buffer to make sure you won't over fill it.

I also use mine to make stock, so I like being able to make as much as possible with each batch.
Would you mind sharing how you tweak recipes? I have a toddler and a baby and with the 6qt my husband has been saying we're making enough for only 1.5 meals at most...
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Would you mind sharing how you tweak recipes? I have a toddler and a baby and with the 6qt my husband has been saying we're making enough for only 1.5 meals at most...
Try this too...
https://www.thespruceeats.com/how...ipe-995827
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