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Instant Pot Ultra 6 Quart 10-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker EXPIRED

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Amazon Treasure Truck has Instant Pot Ultra 6 Quart 10-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker on sale for $69.99 valid in participating locations only. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Instant Pot Ultra-electric pressure cooker is the next generation in kitchen appliances. A central dial with a simple turn and press provides added precision in program selection and adjustment
  • New features: Altitude adjustment, cooking indicator, and a steam release reset button. The ultra button for custom programming. The new features include sterilize, cake and egg programs
  • Replaces 10 common kitchen appliances: Pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice/porridge cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, egg cooker, sauté/searing, steamer, warmer, and sterilizer
  • Developed with the latest 3rd generation technology with an embedded microprocessor. The microprocessor monitors the pressure and temperature, keeps time, and adjusts heating intensity and duration
  • UL certified with 11 safety features to provide peace of mind. New steam release reset button for safer handling. All components in contact with food are food grade 304 (18/8) Stainless Steel
  • Accessories included: Steam rack (with handles), recipe booklet, serving spoon, soup spoon

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Instant Pot Ultra 10-in-1
Designed for precision cooking, the Instant Pot Ultra is equipped with a central dial, digital LCD display, and more programmable settings than ever before. New features in this 3rd-generation gadget include a real-time cooking indicator, steam release reset button, and altitude adjustment.
The Ultra can handle all your pressure cooking needs, but it'll also replace many of the other gadgets taking up space in your kitchen cabinets. It's a slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, egg cooker, steamer, warmer, sterilizer, and more!
Earth Week: Cooking at home is Earth-friendly (no takeout packaging here!). Even if you're new to cooking, Instant Pot makes it easy. You'll find an Instant Pot Alexa Skill on your favorite Alexa-enabled device. There's also a free app with 1,000+ recipes to try.

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6qt ...in case someone is wondering
No idea, but the ultra i think it is the top model.
Lentil soup is inexpensive and cooks better in a pressure cooker than just a pot especially if you live at higher altitudes.

The best thing about an instant pot or any electric pressure cooker is that you can set to to cook and come back in four hours to eat. It will stay warm. You can't leave a pressure cooker on a stove for four hours. Your food will turn into a lump of coal and it will be a royal pain to clean the pressure cooker. Don't ask me how I know.

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Wow, great find! Thanks!
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Awesome, been waiting. Thanks OP
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Wow, good price
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Is this better than the newer Evo model?
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6qt ...in case someone is wondering
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I'm curious, what do y'all make with these? And is this worth buying if we don't cook meat? I remember my mom had a pressure cooker and it was only used to make bone broth. I have no problem boiling eggs on stovetop and using steamer basket for steaming veggies. I tried DIY yogurt but it came out too sour and thin. Am I missing some opportunities? Thanks!
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Why are there so many models of this thing?
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I'm curious, what do y'all make with these? And is this worth buying if we don't cook meat? I remember my mom had a pressure cooker and it was only used to make bone broth. I have no problem boiling eggs on stovetop and using steamer basket for steaming veggies. I tried DIY yogurt but it came out too sour and thin. Am I missing some opportunities? Thanks!
Yogurt, and beef stew for me.
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I'm curious, what do y'all make with these? And is this worth buying if we don't cook meat? I remember my mom had a pressure cooker and it was only used to make bone broth. I have no problem boiling eggs on stovetop and using steamer basket for steaming veggies. I tried DIY yogurt but it came out too sour and thin. Am I missing some opportunities? Thanks!
We use ours to make all sorts of pasta dishes, breakfast poatoes, "baked" potatoes, soups, and have even made bread using it. Those are just the non meat items we use it for, it gets a lot more use with meat though Smilie Edit** Forgot to mention rice!
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Why are there so many models of this thing?
No idea, but the ultra i think it is the top model.
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I'm curious, what do y'all make with these? And is this worth buying if we don't cook meat? I remember my mom had a pressure cooker and it was only used to make bone broth. I have no problem boiling eggs on stovetop and using steamer basket for steaming veggies. I tried DIY yogurt but it came out too sour and thin. Am I missing some opportunities? Thanks!
Lentil soup is inexpensive and cooks better in a pressure cooker than just a pot especially if you live at higher altitudes.

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Didn't think I would love mine so much. Cooks rice in 5min...saves from buying $100 rice cooker
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I can't see 3qt.
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