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From: Guy (adsl-69-109-240-98.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net)
Subject:         Re: foods that burn
Date: March 8, 2006 at 4:10 pm PST

In Reply to: foods that burn posted by charlie on February 27, 2006 at 11:48 am:

On Monday I put some cooked rice in my 10 liter pressure cooker to re-heat. I turned the burner on high. I was going to wait for the pc to start hissing steam to be an alarm to turn it down. Unfortunately I forgot that I had turned the stove on and left for about 35 minutes. When I got back the pc was hissing steam at high temp on the stove. I immediately moved the pressure cooker to a burner that was off and released the pressure with the button designed for that purpose. When I opened it there was just a tiny residue of water on the bottom of the unit. Another minute or so and it would have totally boiled away and probably would have ruined a good pc. However the reheated rice was fine. I ate it & it tasted great. It was in a stainless steel insert (actually a stainless mixing bowl) about 2" off the bottom on a tripod.

If you don't want foods to burn, stick or scorch, I suggest cooking with inserts. It takes a little longer but the results are great. Also, check out the numerous posts down this board that I have made on the subject. Hope this helps.

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