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Instantaneous Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Strain Cooker, Sluggish Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Hotter

Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer

  • For households, Four-6 folks
  • 7-in-1 Multi-Useful Cooker–Strain Cooker, Sluggish Cooker, Rice Cooker, Saute/Browning, Yogurt Maker, Steamer & Hotter
  • Massive, straightforward to make use of management panel with 14 built-in Good Packages, Twin strain, Computerized keep-warm and three temperatures for saute and sluggish prepare dinner
  • Delay cooking time as much as 24-Hours; Handbook setting as much as 120 minutes of prepare dinner time
  • UL and ULC licensed with 10 confirmed security mechanisms; Extremely vitality environment friendly and kitchen pleasant
  • Embody Three-ply backside stainless-steel cooking pot, stainless-steel steam rack with deal with & handbook and recipes in English and French

Instantaneous Pot is a great Electrical Strain Cooker designed by Canadians aiming to be Secure, Handy and Reliable. It quickens cooking by 2~6 instances utilizing as much as 70% much less vitality and, above all, produces nutritious wholesome meals in a handy and constant trend. Instantaneous Pot Duo is a 7-in-1 programmable cooker, it replaces 7 kitchen home equipment because it has the features of a strain cooker, sluggish cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté, yogurt maker & hotter. 14 built-in good packages (Soup, Meat/Stew, Bean/Chili, Poultry, Sauté, Steam, Rice, Porridge, Multigrain, Sluggish Cook dinner, Preserve-Heat, Yogurt, Pasteurize & Jiu Niang) prepare dinner your favourite dishes with the press of a button. A 24-hour timer permits for delayed cooking. Computerized keep-warm holds the temperature of the meals till you serve it. Instantaneous Pot generates virtually no noise and leaks no steam. It traps all of the aromas within the meals with out heating up the kitchen. The three-ply backside stainless-steel internal pot is extraordinarily sturdy and leaves no well being considerations related to non-stick coatings. The slim physique design has lid holders for each left and proper handed customers. The brushed stainless-steel exterior is finger print resistant. Its elegant and sturdy design makes it straightforward to scrub and pleasurable to make use of for the years to return. Instantaneous Pot Duo makes use of the most recent expertise with an embedded microprocessor, which screens the strain and temperature, retains time and adjusts heating depth. The cooking packages have been lab-tested a whole bunch of instances for optimum impact. These drastically enhance cooking outcome and preserve consistence. Instantaneous Pot is rigorously designed to eradicate many frequent errors that would trigger hurt or spoil meals. It handed the stringent UL certification supplying you with uncompromised security and peace of thoughts and protects you with 10 confirmed security mechanisms and patented applied sciences.

Worth: $ 99.95

Instantaneous Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Strain Cooker, Sluggish Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Hotter
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  • May 16, 2018 at 6:32 pm
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    8,797 of 8,983 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WHY and WHO should buy it?? 6 months UPDATE., December 12, 2016
    By 
    Phoebe (USA) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer (Kitchen)

    Instant pot aaah .. Finally I have it. I have heard people literally praising it as the best thing they ever owned, best gift ever received, best kitchen appliance ever etc etc. So Finally I spent my fair share to own this appliance at the time of thanksgiving sale.

    CLARIFICATIONS :

    1. It is an electric pressure cooker and no magic involved.
    2. You can cook multiple items in it ( which you can also do in a regular stove top pressure cooker by stacking vessels- my mom used to do it all the time , so when ppl say you can cook multiple items in the IP as if it is a new thing – no it is just “re-inventing the Cycle”.
    3. It cooks rice in less than 4 minutes( sometimes even in less amount of time) – yes it does but BUILDING UP THE PRESSURE takes some time around 8 to 10 minutes( sometimes even more than that for very big quantities of food). So total time is almost same(give or take) when compared to stove top pressure cooker.

    WHY and WHO should buy it??

    1. For stove top pressure cooking , you need to monitor continuosly for whistles, and turning off the stove – This you can avoid in Instant pot.
    Since it is electric pressure cooker with built in settings, it will automatically turn off the cooking for you , so you dont have to stand near by the
    stove all the time. NO BABY SITTING.

    2. So many BUILT IN functions : There are so many functions you can use for multiple cooking , some of them are Yogurt mode to make yogurt ,
    Rice mode for rice, Slow cook mode etc.

    3. Manually you can adjust time and pressure as well. Great for people who want to experiment in their cooking to find out the fastest times for
    their cooking , which saves lot of time than to use preset functions.

    4. Delayed timer , which means turn on the delayed timer in the morning and by the time you come from office you have fresh piping hot
    homemade food ready to devour – PURE BLISS

    5. STAINLESS STEEL inner pot – NO TOXINS, NONSTICK COATINGS, NASTY CHEMICALS etc in your food.

    6. Safety : UL and ULC certified with 10 proven safety mechanisms

    7. Highly energy efficient and kitchen friendly – Less Electric bills.

    8. ONE POT COOKING ( multiple , if cooking multiple dishes by stacking) so less clean up

    and so many more…

    SO PEOPLE who are looking for stainless steel cooking pot, cooking multiple items at once, dont want to stand in front of the stove baby sitting , busy parents, who wants fresh homemade food with less efforts, One pot cooking, Bulk cooking …. etc etc … YOU MUST BUY THIS.

    CONS : So far none but it is OVERLY OVERRATED ( I agree it is very useful , I am in love with it but there is no MAGIC involved . As there is no
    BABY SITTING involved people love it so much they over rate it. * I myself love it , so don’t get me wrong *

    PRICE : At thanksgiving I got it for arounf $85 including a protection plan .. Regular price varies but it is around $120. Honestly it is a very good
    INVESTMENT and would buy it for $120 if I was unable to grab it for the sale price.

    PROTECTION PLAN : YAY or NAY ?? I took it as it was only $10 for 4 years .. If you have kids, or you drop things frequently etc better take it
    Better safe than SORRY right?? You can always sleep peacefully.

    DO YOU NEED TO BUY ADDITIONAL RECIPE BOOKS ?? If you are an experimental person and have a lot of time in Kitchen – answer is NO ,
    You are better off with joining a Facebook group to find interesting recipes. But if you are busy , dont want to trial and error then yes buy
    couple of ebooks for quick cooking , ofcourse you can join facebook groups as well , since it is totally free 🙂

    VERDICT : Awesome features , Very well built appliance and consistently improving for every new model. Perfect for almost every cooking need.

    * DONT GET DISHEARTENED if your recipes failed when you started using it.. It happens to everyone .. it takes time and some trial and error to get the exact recipe timings to your taste and texture. Everyone who bought this has been through that phase , so give sometime and try 🙂

    6 month UPDATE :

    1. Clean up is a breeze , the stainless steel is almost like non stick and doesn’t need lot of scrubbing.
    2. I do like to cook 2 things at a time and never tried 3 at a time as I am little afraid that some how they might get spilled while boiling and cooking
    3. Saves time, one pot to clean , so my cooking time on stove is greatly reduced.
    4. I have a guilty secret to share, I rarely clean the lid .. it never gets dirty or smelly so I am too lazy to clean it lol .. but I clean once a month or whenever I see splatters of food.
    5. For tough stains, pour baking soda, vinegar, dish soap or essential oils into the pot, put the lid and do manual 2 mins…

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  • May 16, 2018 at 6:37 pm
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    18,335 of 18,718 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I LOVE My Instant Pot! But Here’s What I Wish I’d Known when I First Got It, April 16, 2016
    By 
    Anne P. Mitchell (Boulder, Colorado) –

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    This review is from: Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer (Kitchen)

    I LOVE my Instant Pot! But I will be the first to admit that it can be a little intimidating at first, and it can feel like it has a steep learning curve (and I’m a tech reviewer and tech lawyer, and one of those people who generally just jumps in and figures things out without reading the manuals (“Manuals? We don’t need no stinkin’ manuals!”), so for me to feel like I’m not ‘getting’ something ..well, yeah. So if you are feeling a little bewildered by your new Instant Pot, *you’re not alone*!) Plus, the manual does *not* include certain information that I, at least, was looking for. Such as, how long is each pre-programmed cooking cycle? Exactly what temperature do the various sauté settings heat to? Things like that.

    So, here are a few tips that have really helped me to finally ‘get’ it, plus instructions for two things that you can make in your Instant Pot that will change your life: incredibly easy perfectly poached eggs in 2-3 minutes, and baked potatoes in 12 minutes.

    First, it is almost impossible to mess up with this thing to a point of being dangerous, so if you’re concerned about the exploding pressure cookers of yore, you needn’t be (I said “almost”, don’t go overriding your pot’s safety features and then blame me when you poke an eye out). The lid audibly tells you when its sealed (when you turn it clockwise), and the pot won’t even build up much pressure if you haven’t properly closed the steam release handle by turning it, too, clockwise. The most likely point at which a problem could arise would be if you try to open the lid (by turning it counter-clockwise) before all of the pressure has been released and normalized (so don’t do that). The pot visually lets you know when it’s safe to open the pot, by the float valve (the little silver post that pops up when the pot is pressurized) dropping back down flush with the lid instead of being popped up. Think of the float valve as the reverse of a turkey pop-up button, in the case of the float valve it’s done when the button pops *in*, instead of out.

    The sauté function has three temperature settings: ‘Normal’ heats to 320 degrees, ‘More’ heats to 338 degrees, and ‘Less’ heats to 221 degrees (all in Fahrenheit)

    For pressure cooking, you will probably use ‘manual’ nearly all the time (nearly every Instant Pot cookbook I’ve read relies on the manual setting almost exclusively). So *don’t* feel badly for not using all of those other buttons very much, if at all (I’ve never used any of the preprogrammed buttons).

    The preprogrammed settings each have their own timing, and *variable* pressure, which the pot manipulates by manipulating the temperature of the contents (the higher the temperature, the higher the pressure). That is primarily what makes them different from manual, which provides one consistent pressure (either high or low). However they *generally* bring the contents to high pressure, fluctuating the temperature a little so that the pressure fluctuates a little too, for a set period of time (the main exceptions to this are the rice button, and the multigrain button). Personally I just find it easier to use ‘manual’ and set the time that I want.

    After you hit ‘manual’ to start cooking, you then set the amount of time you want it to cook at pressure, after which you will have a 10-second grace period (for example to add more time, etc.), after which the display will switch to displaying the word “on”. Then it will be a while before the display switches to the timer countdown. This is *normal*. The amount of time you enter is for how long it will cook *after it reaches full pressure* (either high or low pressure, depending on what you selected), and so the timer will switch on when it reaches full pressure.

    The cooking time in any recipe is the time *at full pressure*, not in total. So you need to take into account the time it will take to reach full pressure (which depends on many variables, including what is in the contents of the pot, what temperature they started at, and your altitude), *and* how long it will take for the pressure to be released and normalized (i.e. for the float valve to pop in, which of course is really “dropping in”, but you get the point). And this brings us to the two different types of pressure release.

    All Instant Pot recipes will include (or *should* include) either one of these terms: natural pressure release (also known as NPR), or quick pressure release (QPR or QR). What these mean is simply either “let the pressure dissipate on its own” (natural pressure release), or “force the pressure to escape immediately by turning the steam release handle counter-clockwise to the open position (quick release). The reason for using quick release (QR) is not because you are too impatient to wait for natural release, but because your food will be over cooked…

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  • May 16, 2018 at 7:17 pm
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    3,054 of 3,186 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Manufacturer does not honor warranty, January 24, 2017
    By 
    B. Williams (Allen, Texas) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer (Kitchen)
    I bought this cooker for my wife a little more than 1 year ago. We had good luck with the first one and based on that experience purchased 4 additional cookers as gifts for family members. Two of the 4 gift units we purchased stopped working inside of 5 months and the manufacturer is not honoring the warranty. After having you jump through hoops sending electronic photos and receipts they assign a “ticket number” via an email that also says someone will be getting back to you. Except they never do no matter how many times you follow up. It’s clear that their strategy is to simply ignore you until you give up and go away. With a few minutes research it easy to verify that there are hundreds of complaints regarding this company and their refusal to honor warranties. Wake up Amazon. Unethical companies should not be allowed to continue selling on your site.

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