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Fissler 10.6 quart stovetop pressure cooker for $150 (normally $250)

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This is a premium, German-made stovetop pressure cooker - generally considered the best out there (including by those at America's Test Kitchen). It's on sale for $150 right now, with free shipping.

https://www.fissler.com/us/produc...h-10-6-qt/
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This good for canning?
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Honest question.

Outside of canning why would anyone choose this over an instant pot?
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Quote from averagejoe616 :
Honest question.

Outside of canning why would anyone choose this over an instant pot?
So, aside from volume (it's bigger than an instant pot), you can brown/sear meat, or whatever right in the bottom before you start cooking, and then rather than needing to deglaze or try to scrape the fond to get it in your main cooking vessel (like a crock pot or dutch oven, if you'd used a separate pan), all that flavor is right in there.
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Quote from TastyBBQ :
So, aside from volume (it's bigger than an instant pot), you can brown/sear meat, or whatever right in the bottom before you start cooking, and then rather than needing to deglaze or try to scrape the fond to get it in your main cooking vessel (like a crock pot or dutch oven, if you'd used a separate pan), all that flavor is right in there.
You can also do the browning directly in the Instant Pot. What's uniquely more valuable with this?
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Quote from averagejoe616 :
Honest question.

Outside of canning why would anyone choose this over an instant pot?
I live off-grid in Michigan and solar electricity this time of year can be limited. This doesn't need electricity.

My situation is rare but you asked.Smilie
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Buy an instant pot instead
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Quote from TastyBBQ :
So, aside from volume (it's bigger than an instant pot), you can brown/sear meat, or whatever right in the bottom before you start cooking, and then rather than needing to deglaze or try to scrape the fond to get it in your main cooking vessel (like a crock pot or dutch oven, if you'd used a separate pan), all that flavor is right in there.
Aside from volume, stove top offers much more heat control than the pre-programmed settings of an instant pot. Both for hearing and cooling quickly.
I have both and use both but generally prefer the stove top. I can pressurize a stove top under a couple of mins without having to wait for an electric coil to heat up. That said, cooking a slow cooker pressurized recipe would be better in an instant pot.

For the record my stove top pressure cooker was a T-fal that was on sale under $50 over 14 years ago. I use it about twice a week and have had zero issues with it. While this may be german made with high quality, I don't know if it's best value. Regardless of whichever one you get, I'd make sure parts (seals specifically) are available. But generic size seals are everywhere online too.
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