I had a nice pressure cooker as a wedding gift but gave it away because I had no clue how to use it. Now I am cooking indian pulses 3 times a week and wish I had a new generation pressure cooker.
I was not sure where to start looking, I am paranoid about a poor quality pressure cooker exploding and want to pony up for a good quality, highest efficiency version.
I checked out fastcooking.ca and they list several models claiming their product is totally improved from the old generation pressure cookers.
I like to see product in person to buy when I invest in cookware unless another good reference vouches for it. IT has to be more eco to pressure cook than stew for 4 hours.
Any advice from experienced pressure cookers??
Thanks a million!!
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