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Fissler-disk

penrichardson | Aug 5, 201808:23 AM     41

I thought I had it all figured out and was going to purchase the Fissler 10 qt. I am primarily getting the pot for my white bean chili and gumbo and other thick soups. After reading about disk based pots, it seems like a cladded pot would cook these items better, without having to worry about scorching.

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