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- QuestionPerception is the cooker blow up a lot. How safe it is ? (5 Answers)Answers
That perception of danger likely comes from the old stove top pressure cookers. My mom was a great cook, but knew only one burner setting - 100% wide open. So our stove top pressure cooker would be hissing, venting clouds of steam, rattling, seemingly ready to blow up. By contrast, modern automatic pressure cookers use only the heat needed to reach and maintain temperature and pressure, and they vent very little steam. Additionally, the Cuisinart Instruction Booklet lists seven safety features which provide several independent safety redundancies. These include features that limit temperature and pressure in the cooker.
- QuestionDoes this use a stainless steel pot or a coated pot? (5 Answers)
- QuestionCan this pressure cooker be used to cook rice? (10 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs this comparable to the Insta Pot? (5 Answers)Answers
There are a number of electric pressure cooker brands out there, and they all pretty much do the same thing. Some of different functions (I believe the Instant Pot can make yogurt, the others can't). Some have preset buttons (which are just minutes to cook - all the pressure/temp is the same), and others just have the times you push. Some you can adjust pressure, others you can't - however, most recipes will be cooked on HIGH, which is what the cookers default to.
- Questionthis was so hard to put together I have no idea if the relief valve is on correctly. need better instructions and pictures (5 Answers)Answers
- Questioncan you saute with this cooker (5 Answers)
- QuestionCan this also be used for canning? (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes this Cuisinart model have pressure release valves? THank you. (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan you use the pressure cooker to fry chicken (1 Answer)
- QuestionDoes it also work on 220V? (5 Answers)
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