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Old 22-02-2014, 03:25   #31
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Re: Pressure Cooker

Size wise I went for one a could use a a crab boiler .

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Old 22-02-2014, 06:10   #32
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Originally Posted by Hank Kivett View Post
Well I am looking at a 4 qt stainless steel in that its just me and maybe one other so in this case size is not important...i picked stainless steel because i have been told there are certain foods u should not cook in an alum pressure cooker....
First there's enough studies about aluminum being harmful to your health that I won't cook directly in aluminum. Second I have a 4qt and a 6qt pressure cooker. I mostly use the 4qt as a frying pan. I really like having both sizes but if I was just buying one for pressure cooking I would go with the 6 quart. But if I wanted to keep things simple the 4 quart is very versatile.

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