Save time and prepare nutritious whole foods by pressure cooking them.
Modern pressure cookers are much safer than the first-generation models of the 1930s and ’40s, which lacked safety features and had many complicated parts.
Most cooks could survive with nothing but a good stockpot, a skillet and a sharp knife. Let’s be honest: No one really needs a melon baller or an asparagus steamer. But there is a tool that makes itself worth the money and storage space because it helps you prepare healthier food in less time for less money: the energy-efficient pressure cooker.
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