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    which slow cooker is the best?

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    Used to have an old slow cooker that I bought in bootsale, but that thing stopped working after some time, was a great thing while it lasted. Now want to buy a new one, but wanted to spend as little as possible, yet want one that is at least 5litres large. I saw one in aldi that was 3.5litres for only £13 but that thing was way too small so Looking for at least 5 litre one. I see they sell one in argos - cookworks 5.5l for £20, but not sure about the quality.
    Than also saw 6.5l andrew james from ebay for £25 but not sure which one is the best, ideally I wouldn't want to spend much more than £20 on one as wont be using it that often anyway.

    thanks.

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    You can do much better with pressure cooker. Save both time and energy.

    sam_of_london

    You can do much better with pressure cooker. Save both time and energy.



    ​yeah I love my pressure cooker

    which slow cooker is the best?

    None of them, unless you like watery blandness!!

    Pjcity

    which slow cooker is the best? None of them, unless you like watery … which slow cooker is the best? None of them, unless you like watery blandness!!


    X)

    Curries, chilli, chinese dishes to name a few spicy tasty dishes.

    It`s what you put in any cooking that makes the taste, bland in bland out, try some herbs and spices to give your food flavour

    The slowest one (_;)

    Pjcity

    which slow cooker is the best? None of them, unless you like watery … which slow cooker is the best? None of them, unless you like watery blandness!!


    Clueless

    chocci

    Clueless


    Anyway, they are all pretty much the same. It's a bit like asking which is the best kettle

    chocci

    Anyway, they are all pretty much the same. It's a bit like asking which … Anyway, they are all pretty much the same. It's a bit like asking which is the best kettle


    Oh my god sacrilege everyone knows the best kettle is ******** Brand

    Bought a Tesco one. Cannot fault it. Cost about £12.

    go for one that has high low and warm settings. mine auto switches to warn after cooking time. I have a very large one and a smaller one. both used often. never bland.
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