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  • This lid is compatible with Cuisinart CPC-600, Nesco PC6-25P, Fagor 6-Quart and Instant Pot IP-DUO60/50, IP-LUX60/50 and CSG60/50. -johnny_miller

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This is the lowest price this (6qt) lid has sold for in months.
  • The Instant Pot tempered glass lid can be used instead of the pressure lid when slow cooking, sautéing / browning or using the keep warm function
  • Colorless tempered glass, large Stainless Steel lid knob. It has a steam release vent to reduce condensation on the underside of the lid
  • It is dishwasher safe and can also be used on the stainless steel inner pot in the oven up to 220c
  • It is 23 cm (9 inches) in diameter and designed to fit all Instant Pot 6 quart models

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We own it, never use it. Can confirm.
We use the silicon lid for storing in the fridge.... And we have many other glass tempered lids that came with other pots that fit during saute etc. I always felt that this lid is pretty useless for most, but yes, it would helpful if you want to cover while sauteing and don't have any other lids that fit at home
Own this and use it all the time, confirmed.

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I use this guy when I store a pot full of food in the fridge. Also nice for putting on your big pot of stew while you make a thing of rice.
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I use this guy when I store a pot full of food in the fridge. Also nice for putting on your big pot of stew while you make a thing of rice.
We use the silicon lid for storing in the fridge.... And we have many other glass tempered lids that came with other pots that fit during saute etc. I always felt that this lid is pretty useless for most, but yes, it would helpful if you want to cover while sauteing and don't have any other lids that fit at home
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I always felt that this lid is pretty useless for most, but yes, it would helpful if you want to cover while sauteing and don't have any other lids that fit at home
We own it, never use it. Can confirm.
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We use the silicon lid for storing in the fridge.... And we have many other glass tempered lids that came with other pots that fit during saute etc. I always felt that this lid is pretty useless for most, but yes, it would helpful if you want to cover while sauteing and don't have any other lids that fit at home
I have some of those silicone lids too, but get annoyed how condensation keeps them from sticking. I got my lid as part of a deal way back before the IP got super popular, maybe I'm just looking to justify how much I paid for everything versus what it costs today. Smilie
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Own this and use it all the time, confirmed.
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?

I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?

I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
Corn on the Cob, sweet potatoes, reg potatoes, 2 dozen hard boiled eggs at a time. Pot roast, pork roast, make quick mex-chicken with frozen breasts, no need to thaw.
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Corn on the Cob, sweet potatoes, reg potatoes, 2 dozen hard boiled eggs at a time. Pot roast, pork roast, make quick mex-chicken with frozen breasts, no need to thaw.
Good diverse list. Thanks!
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?
Same boat here. We actually just unboxed ours yesterday. I stumbled upon a YouTube channel full of recipes that actually looked good and didn't look horribly difficult to make. Recipes and videos on his website:

https://pressureluckcooking.com/
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?
For single males like myself, that have 0 experience cooking except for YouTube videos it's super simple for us to make tender meats that fall off the bone. Chicken breast, thighs, pork, beef... you name it.


Combined with my vacuum sealer, I'm still eating meat I cooked back in March when the quarantine started and have enough cooked meats to get me through to September.
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Save your money and skip buying this. Look around your kitchen and you got a lid that fits the pot.
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?
I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
Pot roast for me. 3 to 4 pound chuck roast with mushrooms, potatoes, and carrots. About 10 minutes sautee time and one hour cooking time. Pressure cooking means meat is completely tender when done and will literally melt in your mouth.
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