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Pork loin: cook whole or boil in pieces in pressure cooker??

mike2401 | Mar 12, 201308:08 PM     48

I have a 3 pound boneless center cut pork loin roast.

I intend to boil it in my pressure cooker, and taking the resulting meat (along with some home made chicken bone broth and potatoes) to make a stew for lunch.

Lately, I've been cutting beef chuck roasts into small pieces before boiling in my pressure cooker which makes eating at work for lunch more convenient (no knife & fork need at lunch). It's really delicious!

Can I (should I) cut the pork before cooking? (or cook it whole)?

I cooked the 3 pounds of cut up beef for 30 minutes in the pressure cooker. Any guesses on how long to cook the pork?

It's 11pm Tuesday, and I'll be cooking this tomorrow morning (6am) so if you have an suggestions for this first attempt, I'd certainly appreciate it.

Thanks,
Mike

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