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Gourmia 6-Quart Pressure Cooker w/ Auto Release (Stainless Steel) EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has Gourmia 6-Quart Pressure Cooker w/ Auto Release (Stainless Steel, GPC965) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Dealhunter30

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  • Power Adapter
  • Rack
  • Recipe Book
  • Spoon
  • Stainless Steel Liner
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This versatile pressure cooker offers multi-function capabilities allowing you to slow cook, saute, brown or steam dishes. The 13 preset programs ensure delicious soups and sides are just a touch away. Offer valid while promotion last.

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Anything you can make in a crock pot, you can make in an electric pressure cooker in a fraction of the time. 8 hour crock pot recipes might take 20 - 60 minutes. Having to soak beans overnight as you would traditionally and then cooking them for hours afterward, you can do in 50 minutes in an electric pressure cooker. Eggs 'boiled' in an electric pressure cooker come out in 2 minutes and are perfectly soft boiled. They are over 50% more energy efficient than ovens or stoves.
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Does anybody understand how the different model numbers work?
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Does anybody understand how the different model numbers work?
I have the Instant Pot and I love it, the only main difference I can see is that this one has "Auto Pressure Release"...
Releases steam upon cooking completion, or at the safe touch of a button.
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That auto release is handy. I have the prior model where I have to manually turn it and depending on the steam, some hot drops of water can spurt on your hand. This makes it much easier and convenient to steam out what's inside.
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I've been hearing about pressure cookers a lot recently , and a lot in cooking magazines i'm subscribed to , can someone explain what the hype is all about? aside from a 45 minute chicken soup recipe iv'e seen, witch i may even pick this up just for how cool that sounds, whats the practicality in this?
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Is this better than Instant Pot® Duo™ Nova™ 6-Quart 7-in-1, One-Touch Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker which is $65 everywhere?
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BF is so close, but this seems like it's worth jumping on. Any thoughts? Is Instant Pot better?
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I've been hearing about pressure cookers a lot recently , and a lot in cooking magazines i'm subscribed to , can someone explain what the hype is all about? aside from a 45 minute chicken soup recipe iv'e seen, witch i may even pick this up just for how cool that sounds, whats the practicality in this?
Anything you can make in a crock pot, you can make in an electric pressure cooker in a fraction of the time. 8 hour crock pot recipes might take 20 - 60 minutes. Having to soak beans overnight as you would traditionally and then cooking them for hours afterward, you can do in 50 minutes in an electric pressure cooker. Eggs 'boiled' in an electric pressure cooker come out in 2 minutes and are perfectly soft boiled. They are over 50% more energy efficient than ovens or stoves.
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I've been hearing about pressure cookers a lot recently , and a lot in cooking magazines i'm subscribed to , can someone explain what the hype is all about? aside from a 45 minute chicken soup recipe iv'e seen, witch i may even pick this up just for how cool that sounds, whats the practicality in this?
Best thing I ever own in the kitchen. It can do almost anything for cooking. I like cooking and I mainly use this for cooking rice and making stew.
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BF is so close, but this seems like it's worth jumping on. Any thoughts? Is Instant Pot better?
Instant Pot has many models. But if you're talking about their latest model that has the "sous vide" functionality, then I think the Instant Pot could be worth the extra money if the "sous vide" function provides accurate temp...and you do sous vide cooking. I do a lot of sous-vide cooking (paid $100 for my Anova Sous Vide)....and I think the Instant Pot's higher price would be worth it because I'd no longer have to have to set-up my sous-vide contraption.
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Anything you can make in a crock pot, you can make in an electric pressure cooker in a fraction of the time. 8 hour crock pot recipes might take 20 - 60 minutes. Having to soak beans overnight as you would traditionally and then cooking them for hours afterward, you can do in 50 minutes in an electric pressure cooker. Eggs 'boiled' in an electric pressure cooker come out in 2 minutes and are perfectly soft boiled. They are over 50% more energy efficient than ovens or stoves.
wow You sound so passionate! checking some reviews now , and i'm really considering it.
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Best thing I ever own in the kitchen. It can do almost anything for cooking. I like cooking and I mainly use this for cooking rice and making stew.
already own a great rice cooker , but it good to know this has a multi-purpose use
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