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Fissler Pressure Cooker??

erica | Sep 3, 201805:39 AM     27

I'm intrigued by the idea of a pressure cooker for beans and chicken stock. Never used one. Reviews of the stovetop versions seem to lean heavily towards the Fissler.
We are a 2 person household so I think 6 or 8 quart size.

Questions: For those of you who have this item, do you love it? I do not need to cook in a hurry, as no longer have a job, but I read that for beans and stock results are great. What else can I hope to make with this shelf-clogging pot?

Second: Will be in Spain this winter. Can I expect to buy it for a lot less $$ than if I order from Amazon.com? If the answer is "no," where would I get the best price?

Third: Redundant: Will buying this make a great contribution to my cookware collection?

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