What Is the Difference between a Slow Cooker and a Crock Pot?

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There is no difference between a Crock pot and a slow cooker. Like many popular items, the name that is associated with the first manufacturer regularly sticks to almost all later ones made by other manufacturers.
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Crock-Pot is a trademarked name. Slow cooker is the generic name for Crock-Pots.
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Crock-Pot is the brand name of a line of slow cookers
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1. Choose a potato variety that is high in amylose starch, including russets and long whites. Starchy potatoes are mealy when raw but become fluffy when baked. It is easy to mix butter
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Not a thing. Crock Pot is one brand of slow cooker. They are both the same thing.
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