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From: Sandra (htc-g-dsl-239.gw.rrv.net)
Subject: Well... as a matter of fact...
Date: November 13, 2003 at 9:20 am PST

In Reply to: How to use the little frypan size pressure cooker? posted by Carol on November 13, 2003 at 8:41 am:

even though I only do it on occassion... it is a great size for PCing cut up and spiced up potatoes.... or some other "harder" vegie, like squash. (it will mush up more delicate vegies faster than you can imagine) It is also the ONLY thing I use for corn on the cob anymore.

It's biggest advatage is speed in both getting up to pressure and letting it de-pressurize naturally for a smaller quantity. I can cook something (say for 5 min), check it after it depressurizes and add more time, cook it again and depressurize it again..... before my bigger PC can do it once. It would be great for any SMALL dishes that you need to stop in the middle and add some ingredient that takes less time to cook. You don't ALWAYS have to think big with your PC.

Sandra



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