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Thread: My new Electric Pressure Cooker

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    Oh my, this machine is amazing!!

    I ordered it form Bed, Bath and Beyond. It listed for 99.99 but I had a 20% off coupon. So total out to UPS for delivery was 91.00.

    I made some cabbage rolls in it for dinner, they were fabulous. Next time I will add a little bit more tomato sauce, we had enough for dinner. I will have to add some when I reheat them for tomorrow's meal.

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    wow, that is cool and looks like it is safer than the ones on the stove, didn't know that they made an electric pressure cooker, now I want one

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    What do you like better about the electric vs the stop top models?

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    I never used one before, my Mom does. I found this one to be really easy, much easier than my embroidery machine...haha

    I can't wait to make a pot of chili this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    What do you like better about the electric vs the stop top models?
    The stove top ones terrify me, this one has 7 safety features on it.

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    I didn't know they made electric ones.

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    What a neat appliance! I never knew they made elec. ones either. May have to look into this. Enjoy yours! :thumbup:

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    I use mine a lot for canning. Does the instruction book say anything about canning in that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.zang
    I use mine a lot for canning. Does the instruction book say anything about canning in that one?
    No, I don't think it's big enough. But here is the link to it at the manufacture's site.

    http://www.cuisinart.com/products/co...p/cpc-600.html

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    Sounds like something I could use. As a child I saw one explode, hurling parts of that night's chicken dinner all over the kitchen, and threw the lid out of a window that wasn't open.

    Scared me, never did use one after I grew up and out on my own.
    Just might check this one out, I never knew they made an electric one.

    Does it lower the temperature automatically? That is the hardest thing to control with a stove top one.

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