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24-08-2019, 09:48   #16
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Do you pressure or slow cook the above?

Just wondering about adjusting duration (if it's needed).

Had my eye on one of these for ages
The only thing I pressure cook is the Chicken

You can check it anytime and it easy to adjust if slow cooking
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24-08-2019, 11:49   #17
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I’m tempted by this offer ,only thing holding me back is I was waiting for the ultra model (couple of extra features) but no sign of it’s release for here
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Currently £69.99. Is that the 60% off price? I'm tempted as well. Was going to buy a George Foreman but might get better use out of this.
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Original price is 170 pounds and currently on for 70 pounds.


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Currently £69.99. Is that the 60% off price? I'm tempted as well. Was going to buy a George Foreman but might get better use out of this.
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24-08-2019, 12:36   #20
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Original price is 170 pounds and currently on for 70 pounds.
Thanks. Very tempted. I need to start cooking more than fish and potatoes!
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24-08-2019, 12:51   #21
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Bought one! Came to €72 in the end. Amazon wanted €76 if I were to pay in Euro. Paying in Sterling with the N26 card saved a whole €4! Thanks for the tip.
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24-08-2019, 14:04   #22
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Thanks op, I was in the market for one of these
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24-08-2019, 14:21   #23
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Best kitchen gadget I ever bought. I have 2 now - got the second on Prime Day at the same 69.99.

My favourite things to cook with this: Yogurt, Risotto, Curries, Gammon, Brisket, hard boiled eggs (shells just fall off), Chicken from frozen (when I've forgotten to take it out), thawing/reheating home cooked meals and, of course, spuds.

I also use it to prove bread and to make mulled wine. It makes fantastic cheesecakes too. So many uses ....
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Almost jumped on prime day. Very tempted now but as I'm almost always just cooking for one so not sure if I can justify it.
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Almost jumped on prime day. Very tempted now but as I'm almost always just cooking for one so not sure if I can justify it.
If you have decent freezer space, cooking for one in an IP saves a fortune in both money and time. Also, the timer and Keep Warm function is great for having a hot meal ready to eat when you get home from work.
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Thanks. Picked one up there, remembered for once to use smile.amazon.co.uk to get a donation for my chosen charity. Small but every penny counts
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Thanks OP, Just ordered one.
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Great, you all are welcome.
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I've been thinking about one of these for a while now. I haven't been cooking properly since our daughter came into our lives- I just don't seem to have the time.

Does anyone have any links for recipes?
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25-08-2019, 21:43   #30
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We will get more recipes in the coming week.

You can check this thread for butter chicken recipe.

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I've been thinking about one of these for a while now. I haven't been cooking properly since our daughter came into our lives- I just don't seem to have the time.

Does anyone have any links for recipes?
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