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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressure_cooking

Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or other cooking liquid, in a sealed vessel, known as a pressure cooker. As pressure cooking cooks food faster than conventional cooking methods, it saves energy. Pressure is created by boiling a liquid, such as water or broth, inside the ...

www.pressurecookercentre.com/who-invented-the-pressure-cooker

We should all have a pressure cooker in our kitchen. Pressure cooking is simply a process of cooking food in which water or other cooking liquids are used, in a ...

ottawacitizen.com/life/food/the-instant-pot-invented-in-ottawa-is-the-hottest-multi-cooker-in-kitchens

Nov 15, 2016 ... The appliance can be used as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice ... get this: the Instant Pot was invented in Ottawa, by ex-Nortel employees.

discoverpressurecooking.com/history.html

The history of the pressure cooker and pressure cooking. ... steam power, invented the “Steam Digester” in an effort to reduce the time needed to cook foods.

www.britannica.com/topic/pressure-cooker

The pressure cooker first appeared in 1679 as Papin's Digester, named for its inventor, the French-born physicist Denis Papin. The cooker heats water to ...

www.thekitchn.com/a-primer-on-pressure-cooking-193715

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 ...

www.unitedcooker.com/blog/history-of-pressure-cooker/history-of-pressure-cooker/8/3

The first version of a pressure cooker was created by Denis Papin, French physicist and mathematician (1647-1712). In 1679 he made a large cast iron vessel ...

www.scienceofcooking.com/science_of_pressure_cooking.htm

The first pressure cooker appeared in France in 1679 introduced as Papin's Digester, named for its inventor, the French-born physicist Denis Papin. The cooker ...

www.oldandinteresting.com/pressure-cooker-history.aspx

Feb 21, 2008 ... Of course the pressure cooker isn't ancient. It was a 17th century invention: cutting-edge technology, with the unattractive name of digester.