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5 Benefits Of Owning A Pressure Cooker

These days, people are constantly looking for more and more ways to make their lives more convenient. This is especially true when it comes to cooking. Nobody wants to be slaving over a hot stove after a long day at work. Fortunately, a pressure cooker can help you quickly and easily prepare some very delicious dishes. Introducing a new appliance to your kitchen can be stressful, but the benefits of a pressure cooker will far outweigh any doubts you might have. Keep reading to learn 5 benefits of owning a pressure cooker. 

Foods will retain nutrients

Health is at the top of most people’s priority list. One of the best ways to promote good health is to eat nutritious foods. The process pressure cookers use to cook leaves food with more nutrients than other methods of cooking. According to Earth Easy, “Foods cooked in a pressure cooker are ready faster, using less liquid. The liquid is boiled away leaving the food with most of its nutrients.”

Variety of foods

No matter what you like to eat, there’s a pretty good chance you can make it in a pressure cooker. Pressure cookers are capable of cooking everything from meats. In addition, pressure cookers can also be used to preserve foods. If you enjoy canning your own preserves, you’ll be happy to know that pressure cookers can also be used as canners. 

Easy clean up

Cleaning up after cooking can be a huge hassle. Pressure cookers cut down on clean up time since everything is easily contained thanks to a tightly secured lid. With a pressure cooker you won’t have to worry about spills and other messes that can easily occur when cooking on a stove top or in an oven.

Save time

Who doesn’t love to save time? Especially when it comes to cooking and eating. Pressure cookers can reduce cooking time by about 70% in comparison to other methods because of the way the trapped steam inside the pot works to cook food.

Energy efficient

Saving energy in your home also means you’ll be saving money as well. Since pressure cookers are able to cook foods much more quickly, they are also able to save energy. According to InstaPot, “With much less water used in cooking and a fully insulated external pot, much less energy is required, saving up to 70% of energy comparing with boiling, steaming, oven cooking or slow cooking. Electric pressure cookers are the second most energy efficient cooking appliance after microwaves.”

Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.

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