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Converting Pressure Cooker recipes

Krys Stanley | Aug 20, 200402:00 AM     6

... and does anyone still use a pressure cooker?

I found an old pressure cooker cookbook that has some interesting recipes. Some of them I'd like to convert to a crock pot.

I am guessing I just throw everthing in the crockpot and instead of pressure cooking it 15 minutes, I crock pot it 8-10 hours.

For other type of cooking, the conversion of regular recipes to pressure cooking says to decrease cooking time by 1/3 and add less liquid.

So that would mean I cook things 3 times longer if using conventional methods and add liquid as needed, right?

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