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Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker (NS-MC60SS9) for $27.99 -> Now $29.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks sr71
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  • Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Pressure Cooker (Stainless Steel)
  • Cooking Stand
  • Inner Pot
  • Measure Cup
  • Rice Ladle
  • Soup Ladle
  • Water Collector
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Some functionality is different and this has a non-stick pot instead of a stainless. Newer instapot have sous vide and such if that matters.

I bought two of these and love them. I also bought the stainless steel pot which I use 90% of the time. My mom prefers this one over the instapot one she has.

Biggest win for this is cakes believe it or not. Just whip up a cake mix and dump it in the non-stock pot. Hit "CAKE" and come back 40 min later to the moistest cake you have ever had. It's unbelievable.
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If you need larger one, maybe you could consider 8qt, present price is $39.99,
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=6258941
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If you need larger one, maybe you could consider 8qt, present price is $39.99,
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=6258941
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So is this just a store branded instant pot? Or there are other differences?
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So is this just a store branded instant pot? Or there are other differences?
Watched a YouTube video yesterday with a comparison between the 2. Almost the same. BestBuy one may have one to two less settings and uses a non stick pot versus a stainless steel for instant pot. Can get a stainless steel pot for BestBuy one for $20.
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So is this just a store branded instant pot? Or there are other differences?
Some functionality is different and this has a non-stick pot instead of a stainless. Newer instapot have sous vide and such if that matters.

I bought two of these and love them. I also bought the stainless steel pot which I use 90% of the time. My mom prefers this one over the instapot one she has.

Biggest win for this is cakes believe it or not. Just whip up a cake mix and dump it in the non-stock pot. Hit "CAKE" and come back 40 min later to the moistest cake you have ever had. It's unbelievable.
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So is this just a store branded instant pot? Or there are other differences?
The instant Inner pot is stainless steel, and the BB one is Teflon coated.
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I've cooked maybe 400+ meals in this. You can't go wrong.
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I've cooked maybe 400+ meals in this. You can't go wrong.
What size? I'm torn between 6 and 8. If it helps, family of four here.
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What size? I'm torn between 6 and 8. If it helps, family of four here.
The 6 is fine for a family of 4. Won't be much leftovers but it'll be fine.
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Bought the 8 quart one Thursday. Had it delivered Friday morning. Its great! Sautee mode was helpful for some pot roast and onions. Then dumped in the rest of the sauce and spices for the pot roast duration. Then added vegetables and potaots for 10 minutes. Only thing was the pressurizing time took awhile with the 8 quart. Like 10 minutes each time. But it produced some of the most tender meat I've had. Tried chicken wings in it with a steamer rack and they turned out great. Does not have a frying mode so dont expect it to fry anything. You'll want to use an air fryer or broil after if something you want crispy afterwards. A regular fryer will explode when the moisture hits the hot oil.
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What size? I'm torn between 6 and 8. If it helps, family of four here.
Always go bigger if you can. The 6 is enough, but if you are doing big meals you'll really appreciate those extra quarts.

I do meal prepping in mine once a month or so
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What size? I'm torn between 6 and 8. If it helps, family of four here.
Just my 2cents: agree with others that for a family of 4 I'd get the 8qt if people in your household eat seconds and/or like leftovers.

Husband and I have a 6. We had another couple over for dinner last night and I made a full instant pot of chili. Everyone had 1 large bowl and there was about another bowl's worth left over. Felt like I was cutting it close..
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