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Lone Alaskan Gypsy "Lone Alaskan Gypsy": My hubby and I bought this pressure cooker last year for our first experimental use with a pressure cooker. We were unsure of what exactly we were doing but this pressure cooker was pretty self-explanitory. It doesn't open if the steam is too hot which is great, because it definately avoids accidents (something we were a bit worried about).So far this pressure-cooker seems to be super heavy-duty. We've used it to can salmon fish and every single can came out sealed to perfection. We were SO pleased! We've also used it for ribs and potatoes and they are soo good. We've turned tough peices of reindeer meat into butter with this thing. It's really perfect and I couldn't have asked for a better beginner kitchen accessory.A few tips:To clean the pressure hole on the top of the lid pour boiling water through.Boil the weight to get sticky grime out.Oil the seal with vegetable oil every month or so to keep it sticky and let it last longer.To close the lid hold the handle and then level out the side with your hand while placing it on top- it definately helped us get it on correctly.
Long Yang "laolong": I bought this one to replace a weight-less pressure pot. That one has an issue of leaking steam and hence does not work.This cooker is lightweight, but works very well.
L. S. Miller: this is a wonderful cooker. The size is great for 2 or 3 people but I would get a larger one for more people. Everything comes out tasty and the meat are tender in such a short time. The only problems I had were in the beginning. I thought you needed to keep the pressure regulator jiggling to cook the food but if you do that the heat is too high and it burns the food so turn the heat down once it starts jiggling. Also be careful when you wash the lid. If the pressure plug gets caught the steam escapes and you think the cookers not working and the food will burn because you cook it too long or have the heat up too high.
Lynda L. Harvey: I am so pleased with my purchase of the Presto 01362 6-Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker. For shorter cooking times, pressure cooking is certainly the way to go for beans and grains. I am totally in love with this cooker. Simple to use and a good looking cooking tool.
Margiesmom: I've owned several pressure cookers over the years. This one is my current favorite for several reasons. First, I like the 4-qt. size. It's the smallest pressure cooker I own and perfect for cooking for one or two people. Next, I'm happy with the quality of the product. It's hefty enough to feel substantial, yet not so heavy that it's difficult to use and clean. The stainless steel seems to be of very good quality--I've had no problem cleaning it. Last, this pressure cooker seems to cook faster than my Fagor 6-qt. model. I don't know if it's a difference in the pressure cooker or because I'm cooking less food in this one, but I like the speed. I don't find this pressure cooker particularly noisy--I turn down the heat once pressure is obtained. I have nothing negative to say about this product--I'd buy it again.