More and more people are getting turned on to the benefits of adding a pressure cooker to their kitchen. Wondering why? Well, there’s more than one reason these great little kitchen tools are becoming so popular.
- Added Nutrition, Flavour, and Colour
Nutrition, flavour, and colour – the holy trinity of cooking. A pressure cooker cooks meals quickly without using much water. As such, most of your food’s natural nutrients will be left when the dish is done – those great minerals and vitamins will not have been evaporated or diluted. Better yet, the natural colours won’t have been dulled and the natural flavours won’t have been soaked away. You’ll be eating better in every way possible.
- Reduced Energy Consumption
Keeping down your monthly energy bills helps improve your environmental credentials while simultaneously seeing less money coming out of your bank account each month. Talk about a win-win, and pressure cooking helps make that happen. Instead of using multiple pots on separate burners, you’ll only be using one. You’ll consume less energy thanks to quicker cooking times, and the fact that pressure cookers remain sealed throughout means that less energy is wasted.
- Less Prep Time
Everyone likes eating the meal, but nobody likes waiting for it. When you arrive back from work or shuttle the kids in from school, you don’t want to have to wait hours until you eat or go through lots of prep, so won’t you be glad you picked up a pressure cooker? They can whip up tasty and healthy meals in minutes instead of hours
- Minimal Cleaning
Having lots of pots and pans to clean up can take the pleasure out of even the most mouth-watering of meals. With a pressure cooker, clean-up is minimal. With the lid secured throughout, there’s no danger of splashes or spurts of food escaping to cause a mess, and there’s only one pot to wash when your meal is ready.
Cooking up a storm in the kitchen and making a mess wherever I go. I bake things, I write things, I do things. Raised in the countryside and a farm girl at heart, my passion is my food and my food is my passion.
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