Choosing a Pressure Cooker – Are the TV Advertisements for Real?

You see how tender the meat is when they pull it out and it falls off the bone. They are telling you they only cook the meat for 10 minutes. You’re thinking to yourself it takes me all day to cook the same meat for it to come out like that.

What you have to realize is they don’t count the time it takes for the pressure cooker to warm up nor do they mention the preparation time. Yet, with even taking those times into account it is still less time than the conventional way of cooking.

You have seen the advertisements over and over on TV for the best pressure cookers and want to know more before you purchase one. You need questions answered that you have rolling around in your head. You ask yourself is it really true what they are telling me?

Then you will want to know about the safety features and do they really work. The answer is yes, they do work. You can’t remove the lid until the pressure is released and cleared from the cooker. The timer will let you know when the food is done and then you can release the pressure. Just push the button to open from the closed position then release. Easy as that! Once you release the pressure, the heat will go to warm and the cooker will keep your food warm for you.

Is the pressure cookers really “one touch?” Again the answer is “yes” depending on which brand and model you get. Some are one setting for all and you cook everything the same just the timing is different for how long you cook the food. Others are actually “one touch” and you press one button depending on the type of food you’re cooking. There are different buttons for each type of food. You just press the button and it automatically sets the time for you and will start the cooking process on its own.

The best way to find out the real facts about the best pressure cookers is to read an unbiased review. One where the person reviewing the product has purchased one with their own money, not where it was a gift so they could review it. You want a fair review not one that is bought. Then again, you want the reviewer to have purchased all the pressure cookers they have reviewed and compared. That is the only way to get a fair review of a product. You’ll want to make sure the reviewer has actually used the product themselves.

Another good feature is the delay button on some of them. You can set the delay for up to 4 hours before the cooker will start cooking. That makes it nice to set up the cooker before you go to work or to a meeting and have the food done when you get home. Some of the pressure cookers do not have this feature, just depending on which one you get.

Charles E. White’s Product for pressure cooker Reviews are unbiased and fair. Charles has purchased all products with his own money and so you know his opinions are not “bought”.

Charles has actually used the products and the products have been tried and tested. You can rest assured if Charles has recommended a product that he has tried it over and over and the product is to his satisfaction.

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