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Can anyone recommend a multi cooker?

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I'm tempted by the Aldi offer at 39.99 however one of the reviews stated the inner coating does not last, thereby making it useless as not replaceable... I won't use non stick if there's even a scratc…
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2m, 4w agoPosted 2 months, 4 weeks ago
I'm tempted by the Aldi offer at 39.99 however one of the reviews stated the inner coating does not last, thereby making it useless as not replaceable... I won't use non stick if there's even a scratch, so obviously don't want to waste money if the inside isn't changeable... TIA
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2m, 4w agoPosted 2 months, 4 weeks ago
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we have an instant pot, has a removable stainless pot
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ohdaesu
we have an instant pot, has a removable stainless pot

many thanks, do you spray oil in it before use or no need?
#3
We also have the 7 in 1 Instant pot , great piece of kit
many thanks, do you spray oil in it before use or no need?
, No is the answer .
The last time we used it we cooked a Aberdeen Angus Beef Joint , when we took it out the pan it just feel apart like pulled pork and was delicious , Lamb Shanks also come out Restaurant standard ,
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scaffolder
We also have the 7 in 1 Instant pot , great piece of kit
many thanks, do you spray oil in it before use or no need?
, No is the answer .
The last time we used it we cooked a Aberdeen Angus Beef Joint , when we took it out the pan it just feel apart like pulled pork and was delicious , Lamb Shanks also come out Restaurant standard ,


mmm yummy, i'm doing brisket for christmas tea... was going to use my traditional slow cooker but it takes sooo long
#5
no oil needed, unless you use the saute option to brown, probably the most used gadget in our kitchen, Bolognese and chillies come out superb, no stirring or pot watching needed.
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