Some people rule against buying a pressure canner separately unless you need to start a business. It indeed is a hefty investment, but let me tell you, some excellent reasons make the pressure canners worth your money. Self-reliance with pressure canners: One cannot foresee the future challenges but can indeed prepare for some of them based on past experiences. … [Read more...] about Why is there a need to invest money in pressure canners?
Cooking in a pressure cooker is an entirely different mechanism than that of conventional cookware. Even you are a professional cook; you need to have knowledge of how a pressure cooker works and what time is required to cook specific food. Meat, beans and pulses take longer to cook as compared to vegetables. Similarly one must also keep in mind that for some food one … [Read more...] about Tips and Tricks of Using a Pressure Cooker Efficiently
Stovetop Vs Electric Pressure Cookers The main features of the stovetop and electric pressure cookers are elaborated in the table to give you a brief idea of the difference between the two Comparison table : Stovetop Vs Electric Comparison features Stove Top Pressure Cookers Electric Pressure Cookers Ease of Use Its use is complex as you have to maintain … [Read more...] about Difference Between A Stovetop and An Electric Pressure Cooker
Do you want to cook food at home quickly and with precision, without having to clean too many pots and pans afterward? If I ever had to decide to select one kitchen appliance, I would surely choose a pressure cooker. But before you start investing your money, you need to know how a pressure cooker works. Even people who often use a Pressure cooker get a little … [Read more...] about How a Pressure Cooker works? Exploring key uses
Selecting the best material pressure cooker according to your cooking personality is a complex task. Once you made your decision whether you want a stovetop or electric pressure cooker, the next step is to understand which material is best suited for your cooking needs. Pressure cookers come in three different materials, stainless steel, aluminum, and anodized. … [Read more...] about Aluminum Vs. Stainless Steel Vs. Anodized Pressure Cookers