Originally Posted by Ram
Get a Stainless steel
PC and make sure it fits your stove so you can use the other burners at the same time-
Good advice. Better to avoid aluminium the best you can. Otherwise you will be forever looking at corrosion
with a view to Alzheimer's.
I am also wondering how good some of the top brand ceramic pressure cookers
perform? Unfortunately my laptop
is down so I can't give a link.
Another point is to treat pressure coolers as the boating
versions of pots and pans. While I have a larger pressure cooker I often crave for a smaller complimentary one. Even a couple of average sized ones would not hurt. For example, the pasta sauce in one and pasta in another without danger
of spillage or scalding whilst conserving energy.