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boosterjm asked this question on 03-30-2022 at 01:44 PM
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As the owner of a 3-quart, I wish I have a 7-quart since I usually make stews with it. I can fit maybe 10 drumsticks in mine? I'd recommend going big even if you're only cooking for yourself.



Theoretically you could but I'd imagine it's kind of like using a rice cooker to fry a steak.

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whoa, whoa, whoa, theres still plenty of meat on that bone, now you take this home, throw it in a crockpot, add some broth, a potato, baby you got a stew going
I don't need one, but I want one. I just wish I could think of uses other than a massive batch of queso dip. I've tried but I don't need that much gravy and just about every other food I can cook on the stove or IP.

Walmart has the same model (SCR200-B) for $9.98 and it has a "warm" setting for dips and such. The Amazon description mentions a warm setting, it just doesn't show it in the picture (old photo).

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Crock-...gn_id=9383
I love the smaller crockpots. I use mine mostly for dried beans. I plug it into a lamp timer and let it cook overnight, and set the timer to shut it off after 8 hours. There's much more variety available in dried beans than there is with canned.

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I don't need one, but I want one. I just wish I could think of uses other than a massive batch of queso dip. I've tried but I don't need that much gravy and just about every other food I can cook on the stove or IP.

Walmart has the same model (SCR200-B) for $9.98 and it has a "warm" setting for dips and such. The Amazon description mentions a warm setting, it just doesn't show it in the picture (old photo).

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Crock-...gn_id=9383
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whoa, whoa, whoa, theres still plenty of meat on that bone, now you take this home, throw it in a crockpot, add some broth, a potato, baby you got a stew going
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Quote from jenesaisquoi :
I don't need one, but I want one. I just wish I could think of uses other than a massive batch of queso dip. I've tried but I don't need that much gravy and just about every other food I can cook on the stove or IP.

Walmart has the same model (SCR200-B) for $9.98 and it has a "warm" setting for dips and such. The Amazon description mentions a warm setting, it just doesn't show it in the picture (old photo).

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Crock-...gn_id=9383
Good observation. I noticed some of the recent Amazon reviews that had pictures showed the warm setting you mentioned too.

Thanks for the feedback. Thumbup
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I usually wait until Black Friday, they have the bigger model for $10.
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2 qt is a nice portable size between commonly available 1.5 qt small size and 4/6/7 qt family size.
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Can this be used as a rice cooker?
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As the owner of a 3-quart, I wish I have a 7-quart since I usually make stews with it. I can fit maybe 10 drumsticks in mine? I'd recommend going big even if you're only cooking for yourself.

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Can this be used as a rice cooker?
Theoretically you could but I'd imagine it's kind of like using a rice cooker to fry a steak.
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I love the smaller crockpots. I use mine mostly for dried beans. I plug it into a lamp timer and let it cook overnight, and set the timer to shut it off after 8 hours. There's much more variety available in dried beans than there is with canned.
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whoa, whoa, whoa, theres still plenty of meat on that bone, now you take this home, throw it in a crockpot, add some broth, a potato, baby you got a stew going
I remember that quote but don't remember what show it was from. I want to say Seinfeld but I think it was something newer.
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2 qt is a nice portable size between commonly available 1.5 qt small size and 4/6/7 qt family size.
I love my 1.5 Bella freebie from Macy's BF
Just used it the other day to make chicken enchiladas
I fit between 1.5 and 2 lbs of skinless boneless chicken thighs in it plus a small to medium onion and some diced carrots
And chicken broth ,Just enough to make 6 enchiladas (exactly the number I can fit in my pyrex baking dish)
It is a good compliment to the 5 qt bella one I got at Macy's , I like using the smaller cooler for things like this ,you use less liquid and The feel the meat tastes better because it is closer to the onions and spices
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I usually wait until Black Friday, they have the bigger model for $10.
Yes picked up the 4qt for $10. I use it about 3× a month. No complaints.
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I love the smaller crockpots. I use mine mostly for dried beans. I plug it into a lamp timer and let it cook overnight, and set the timer to shut it off after 8 hours. There's much more variety available in dried beans than there is with canned.
Definitely don't do that with kidney beans. I don't know what other beans might be problematic, as well.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kid...n#Toxicity
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Can this be used as a rice cooker?
i dont know who gave the thumbs down . atleast reply whoever gave it. I think so.
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