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January 29, 2011

Slow Cooker That Requires No Power

Filed under: Uncategorized — donwood49 @ 9:47 pm

Our $7 Magefesa pressure Cooker
We found a nice Magefesa pressure cooker for $7 at a thrift store a couple of years ago. We just had to get a $15 bobble regulator for it. It does a great job as a pressure cooker but we’ve thought of another use for it. We use it as a no power required slow cooker.

The cooker goes into a blanket cozy Cinch up the cozy
We’ve done beans ans stews that are perfect with it. In the morning just bring the beans and water to a boil. We seal the lid then place the cooker into a triple layer blanket cozy that Lou made. Cinch it up

Place the coooker with cozy into the silver bubble thermal case Put the lid on the bubble case
The cooker in the cozy goes into a reflective bubble container that Lou also made and the velcrow lid is attached. We then sit it in the sink if were driving or anywhere if not. Come dinner time dinner is hot and ready. No power required.

I most definitely would not try it for a roast or frozen items but for small piece foods like beans and stews that can be brought up to a high initial temperature quickly it is ideal.

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