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From: Vicki (70-32-212-89.ontrca.adelphia.net)
Subject: I don't because I like my veggies on the crispy side Re: Do you really cook vegetables in your PC? Made a curry last night ...
Date: January 3, 2005 at 3:11 pm PST

In Reply to: Do you really cook vegetables in your PC? Made a curry last night ... posted by sunnyside on January 2, 2005 at 8:43 am:

I use a steamer - because we like our veggies crunchy and I'm not willing to risk cooking them in the pressure cooker. I usually peek when steaming them. My SO would actually prefer them raw - but I love the beautiful green color you get when broccoli is steamed - and would prefer them undercooked to overcooked.

I've also never thought that it took very long to steam most veggies. So I don't really see the advantage.
Remember you can still use your pressure cooker as a regular pot when you aren't pressure cooking - you don't need a particular pot for everything. And the KR is a nice stainless steel piece of cookware.

I use my pressure cooker primarily for risotto's and bean soups.
Do you have the Sass cookbook? Check your local library for a copy then you can try it before you buy it - The Voluptuous vegan also has some recipes for pressure cooking.
Vicki



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