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Nesco Pressure Cooker Review

I am so happy to have stumbled across a Nesco Pressure Cooker. I was searching the Internet for the type of pressure cooker used for canning fruits and vegetables and found this on accident. I had never heard of cooking meat with a pressure cooker. Not only that, THIS one does more. The Nesco Pressure Cooker is all digital and does way more than just meat. It can steam rice and vegetables, make soup, cut cooking time up to 70% and work as a slow cooker. This is a wonderful all-in-one for your kitchen.
You can slow cook for up to 9.5 hours and when you cook something there is an auto keep warm, so your food isn’t going to get cold.
I love the removable non-stick insert. It makes clean-up a whole lot quicker and easier. The food I have cooked in it has turned out great with raving reviews from my children.
I don’t know why I wanted to so long to use this but it is now a normal counter-top appliance. No use putting it in a cabinet- I use it too often.
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2 Responses to Nesco Pressure Cooker Review

  • That looks delicious. I have had a pressure cooker on my wish list for awhile now. The fact that it is nonstick is a huge bonus.

  • Ooh, I would love to own this. Didnt realize all you could do in them, I was just thinking rice at first!

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