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BELLA 8-Quart Programmable Electric Pressure Cooker $49 Free Store Pickup At Lowes YMMV

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Multi functional one pot cooking! With the ability to both pressure cook and slow cook, your BELLA 8 qt 10 In. 1 multi cooker is an absolutely indispensable kitchen appliance. Ten preset functions are automatically timed and temped to ensure perfectly cooked soups, stews, meats, chicken and more. Just throw in the ingredients and let it work its magic in minutes!
  • 1100 watts for faster heat up time
  • Cooks 70% faster than conventional cooking
  • 10 one-touch digital pre-set functions including: saute, browning, pressure cook, slow cook, soup, stew, meat, chicken, rice, risotto/steam
  • Durable stainless steel housing with cool touch handles, premium sealing gasket and robust cooking pot
  • Easy to operate: pressure release valve helps regulate the steam flow to lock or release the pressure
  • Pressure release valve, floating valve and auto-locking lid make the multi-cooker safe to use
  • Delay cooking timer offers up to 2 hour settings, automatic keep warm and 99 minutes cook time
  • Removable non-stick cooking pot and accessories are dishwasher safe for easy clean up
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I wouldn't bother getting a pressure cooker that has a teflon coated pot, stick with a food grade stainless steel one, like the Instant Pot has or search up any other brand.
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I wouldn't bother getting a pressure cooker that has a teflon coated pot, stick with a food grade stainless steel one, like the Instant Pot has or search up any other brand.
I would actually recommend one of each. I got a non-stick to go along with the stainless steel one that my fagor came with. I made rice once in the stainless steel, that was one time too many, pain in the butt to clean afterward. In the non-stick it all comes out easily, and clean up is just a quick rinse.
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I would actually recommend one of each. I got a non-stick to go along with the stainless steel one that my fagor came with. I made rice once in the stainless steel, that was one time too many, pain in the butt to clean afterward. In the non-stick it all comes out easily, and clean up is just a quick rinse.
I've cooked rice before in a stainless steel, I just like it soak overnight, but if you have money to blow, go ahead.
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I wouldn't bother getting a pressure cooker that has a teflon coated pot, stick with a food grade stainless steel one, like the Instant Pot has or search up any other brand.
Not a fan of stainless steel, had too many issues with sticking. All of our cooking pots/pans and rice cookers, etc are teflon coated. Never had a problem, although we're not dumb enough to use sharp plastic or metal utensils in them.

Anyway, was just trying to pass along a deal...
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I've cooked rice before in a stainless steel, I just like it soak overnight, but if you have money to blow, go ahead.
It's money well spent not blown. My needs are different from yours, as are those of many other people.
Soaking your pot overnight for clean up might be good for you but I find that pretty inconvenient.
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Not a fan of stainless steel, had too many issues with sticking. All of our cooking pots/pans and rice cookers, etc are teflon coated. Never had a problem, although we're not dumb enough to use sharp plastic or metal utensils in them.

Anyway, was just trying to pass along a deal...
I have a Tiger rice cooker that I purchased a long time ago before even buying a pressure cooker and it uses a coated pot and is fine for just cooking rice, but I would not use a teflon coated pot for a pressure cooker, there are many complaints of it flaking off.

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It's money well spent not blown. My needs are different from yours, as are those of many other people.
Soaking your pot overnight for clean up might be good for you but I find that pretty inconvenient.
The point of my recommendation was to avoid using a coated pot in a pressure cooker, why bother buying both if you prefer a coated pot? When is the stainless steel ever going to be used?
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I have a instant pot pressure cooker I'm sure is probably flaking something and I'm not dead yet.

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I wouldn't bother getting a pressure cooker that has a teflon coated pot, stick with a food grade stainless steel one, like the Instant Pot has or search up any other brand.
Do you even cook bro?
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Not a fan of stainless steel, had too many issues with sticking. All of our cooking pots/pans and rice cookers, etc are teflon coated. Never had a problem, although we're not dumb enough to use sharp plastic or metal utensils in them.

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Over 51% off so SD. Thanks
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I have a Tiger rice cooker that I purchased a long time ago before even buying a pressure cooker and it uses a coated pot and is fine for just cooking rice, but I would not use a teflon coated pot for a pressure cooker, there are many complaints of it flaking off.



The point of my recommendation was to avoid using a coated pot in a pressure cooker, why bother buying both if you prefer a coated pot? When is the stainless steel ever going to be used?
You're assuming I prefer the coated pot, I don't, JUST for rice. I cook rice 2 or 3 times a week, sometimes more, and I also often will use my multi cooker for both rice and the main dish one after another (I made a curry last week in the stainless, pulled it out when done and made rice in the non-stick right after). Both of my pots get a lot of use. Having only a stainless suits your needs, having 1 of each suits mine.
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Windy, don't feed the troll. 👺
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How do we get a coupon?
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