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Kohl's Cardholders: 6-Qt Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker + $10 KC

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Kohl's offers it Cardholders: Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cookers + $10 Kohls Cash from $48.99 using instructions below. Select free store pickup where available. Otherwise, shipping is free w/ coupon code MVCFREEOCT (for select markets only) or on $75+ orders. Thanks daisybeetle

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  • Free shipping for Cardholders with code MVCFREEOCT (select markets only- choose store pickup if does not work for you)
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Somehow, this thing has replaced my oven and stove top usage. Just throw it in the pot and 30 minutes later it's enough food for a single person for about 5 meals.
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You can sauté meats and vegetables, steam rice and vegetables, or pressure cook meat and vegetables. So I'll make stews mostly because the prep work is nothing and it's done in 30 minutes. I'm not too adventurous as to make yogurt with this thing, but it is fairly straight forward for simple meals. Basically I just cut up veggies and meat and toss it in with 500 ml of liquid (water and sauces) and boom. But yes, you'd need to be up for leftovers if you don't have a family. Go heavier on the spices until you figure out the right amount since the water will dilute it a bit when pressure cooking.
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Pressure cookers, as the name implies, cook at a high pressure and can cook foods very quickly in a superheated environment that you wouldn't be able to match in a crock pot, stove, or oven. For example, a pork shoulder that would take all day to cook down to pulled-pork in a crock pot would take about an hour in a pressure cooker.
Also, a pressure cooker can work just fine as a crock pot / slow cooker, just set it to a low temp and don't seal the lid.
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Subtotal:$99.99
Kohl's Cash & Promos:$35.50
HARVEST30-$25.50
HOME10-$10.00

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...d=99742311
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Add another $5 off by getting kohls gift card from Samsung pay
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Subtotal:$99.99
Kohl's Cash & Promos:$35.50
HARVEST30-$25.50
HOME10-$10.00

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...d=99742311
This makes it sounds like it's $28.99
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Somehow, this thing has replaced my oven and stove top usage. Just throw it in the pot and 30 minutes later it's enough food for a single person for about 5 meals.
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Somehow, this thing has replaced my oven and stove top usage. Just throw it in the pot and 30 minutes later it's enough food for a single person for about 5 meals.
examples of what you are cooking? I am not usually big on leftovers and usually cooking for one, have been intrigued by these instant pots for awhile.
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examples of what you are cooking? I am not usually big on leftovers and usually cooking for one, have been intrigued by these instant pots for awhile.
You can sauté meats and vegetables, steam rice and vegetables, or pressure cook meat and vegetables. So I'll make stews mostly because the prep work is nothing and it's done in 30 minutes. I'm not too adventurous as to make yogurt with this thing, but it is fairly straight forward for simple meals. Basically I just cut up veggies and meat and toss it in with 500 ml of liquid (water and sauces) and boom. But yes, you'd need to be up for leftovers if you don't have a family. Go heavier on the spices until you figure out the right amount since the water will dilute it a bit when pressure cooking.
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about to jump on the instant pot bandwagon. which size is right for cooking 1-2 people? 3 qt or should i go for 6 qt?
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about to jump on the instant pot bandwagon. which size is right for cooking 1-2 people? 3 qt or should i go for 6 qt?
6 qt can feed 4+ from my exp in one sitting.
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The LUX only has a high pressure setting correct? Anyone see a need for low pressure cooking?
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The duo only has a high pressure setting correct? Anyone see a need for low pressure cooking?
A handful of recipes I do regularly for cooking grains use low pressure. This pressure cooker risotto recipe [seriouseats.com] only uses low pressure, for instance.

But it will depend on your use-case.
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Isn't the last deal on 8qt for $72 with $10 cashback a better deail
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I can't speak for everyday use, but I've used mine enough to say that it's awesome. I've made chili, beans dry and overnight soaked, gumbo, 2 cheesecakes, a few soups, yogurt, and some other things I can't think of. To anyone on the fence I would suggest getting it, BUT take the savings here and buy the silicone rings. After a while they start to pick up all those spices. You can clean it, but a pack of 2 aren't expensive. If you plan to do desserts in it I would. If you're only doing chili, beans, and things like that, maybe not.

I think the only real issue I have is steaming. I found this little steamer basket thing that you can put in there, but my broccoli came out too mushy. I set it to a 1 minute steam, but even that was too much. Probably a setting I'm not using correctly. No manuals were read. You can brown meat in it, but don't expect a perfect sear.
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What can this do that a crock-pot can't? Crock-Pot can also cook chili, soups, etc
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