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The 8 quart makes enough Pho soup for 6 large bowls. It only takes 1 hour vs 8 hours boiling the traditional method. Highly recommend at this price.
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I have the 6 quart variant. Got it for $27.00 shipped a couple years ago. I love it mostly for making stew in the winter. Also chicken cacciatore and homemade tomato soup. Spaghetti sauce is a bit too thick, I usually get the "burn" notice, and the 6-quart is a little small for the pot-in-pot hack for something like sauce. But it's forte is beef stew. It's done in about an hour or so. Can't go wrong.
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Wow. Good deal because I got the 6 qt for the same price. Best cookware I ever bought.
And if you like to meal prep (make 2x batches), I recommend the 8 qt and Teflon coated bowl.
I can barely make 2x batches of Chili in the 6 qt, had to cut back liquids.

I would never use non tef, because cleanup is so easy. And in a prior thread, I shared a link showing that the poisoning is false/myth with this newer Teflon tech.

The only issue with this brand (when using recipes made for "Instapot"), is that mine is slower to pressurize? Sometimes I spray the lid with water (to get a steam seal), and sometimes I need to press down on the lid to engage the seal (after it has heated 5 mins).
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back to $59
Keep warm, Slow cook, Soup/Stew, Fish stream, Steak/Meat, Chicken, Vegetable/Steam, Beans/Lentils, Sear/Saute, Cake, Hot Cereal/Oatmeal, Rice/Rosptto

bought in January for $40 - did not need another

the yogurt 6 qt Viva was $53 Model:112-0022-01
SKU:6382630
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Wow. Good deal because I got the 6 qt for the same price. Best cookware I ever bought.
And if you like to meal prep (make 2x batches), I recommend the 8 qt and Teflon coated bowl.
I can barely make 2x batches of Chili in the 6 qt, had to cut back liquids.

I would never use non tef, because cleanup is so easy. And in a prior thread, I shared a link showing that the poisoning is false/myth with this newer Teflon tech.

The only issue with this brand (when using recipes made for "Instapot"), is that mine is slower to pressurize? Sometimes I spray the lid with water (to get a steam seal), and sometimes I need to press down on the lid to engage the seal (after it has heated 5 mins).
Yes, I have the same experience with the stainless pot. It is sticky, and leaves stains/scratches after rigorous cleaning. I see Teflon coating as a plus.
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