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It’s almost an art to cook large quantities of food for large groups. It is a different process than cooking for three or four people. It can be challenging to cook the food at the right temperature and evenly. It can also take a long time. However, pressure cookers cut cooking times in half
Would you believe me if I said that there was a way to cook your food with these results?
- Cooking time reduced up to 90%
- 90 percent nutrient retention
- Greater digestibility
- Fewer harmful cooking by-products
What if I said that this method can also make some of the best, most flavorful, and easiest-to-make meals you’ve ever had?
It sounds too good to be true. This unique method of cooking is well-known for its existence over 300 years. It was invented by a French physician back in 1679.
What is pressure cooking? You can pressure cook!
You have probably had pressure cooker meals at home, maybe from your grandmother or mother. You may have avoided using them because of their reputation as “dangerous.” Although there are stories of pressure cookers “exploding,” these stories almost always relate to older models from the 1940s and 1950s. Today’s pressure cookers (Amazon link) are virtually fool proof and are safer than any other kitchen tool when used correctly.