Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or other cooking
liquid, in a .... If the recipe is devised for a higher pressure and the pressure
cooker does not ..... Although working...
Aug 21, 2013 ... What is a pressure cooker anyway? When was it invented? How does it work?
Why would you consider adding one to your arsenal of kitchen ...
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Dec 27, 2012 ... Watch this animated video explaining how a pressure cooker works to ... sure the
pressure does not build up to dangerous levels inside the pot.
Feb 5, 2013 ... Pressure cookers are fantastic tools. They develop the characteristic flavors and
textures of foods so quickly that what is conventionally a long, ...
How do pressure cookers work. ... This description of pressure helps explain why
in the case of pressure cookers it does not take much weight (or force of a ...
From traditional foodies I'd heard that pressure cooking is not healthy. ... In those
cases, the fermentation process does the work of “pre-digesting” the food for us.
Oct 20, 2015 ... Pressure cookers can drastically cut cooking time (think 3 hours ... so you want to
keep the flavors concentrated and working their juicy magic.
Mar 23, 2013 ... Technically, a pressure cooker is a pot with a special lid that seals shut to stop
steam from escaping. Liquid boils inside and the steam has ...
But just how does the pressure cooker do its job so well? What are the working
mechanisms behind it that creates the ideal balance of food and technology ...