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Cheyenne Ann "Ann": This is not my first pressure cooker. I was looking for a replacement for some weirdo one my hubby's ex left him years ago. I have a giant-sized Presto pressure canner and love it. So I like Presto and liked the size of the ex's weirdo canner. (weird because it had handles that came off all the time, no instructions, no visible brand I could find and was a strange operator.)I wanted stainless steel--easier in the long run, to clean and to cook in. Six quarts is just about the perfect size since I rarely cook for a crowd anymore.This is a nice, solid, reliable cooker. Presto does a good job on the owners manual, some basic recipes, etc. The cooker has a little rack so you can keep your meat off the floor of the cooker.This is not a canner. You could (and I have) use it as a little baby canner for a small load of small jars. I have used it as a canner for about 4-5 pints. The instructions do not say this is a canner, and you probably should know what you're doing if you plan to can with this. It takes about the same amount of time whether you can in this or in the giant cooker, so why not do a large load, I say.Pressure cooking doesn't necessarily save time depending on what you're cooking, when you consider it takes a while to build the pressure. This takes some practice, and knowing your food and your stove. I like it because it cooks meat really tender quicker than any other method.It takes very little experience to get to know the proper pressure without a guage. It makes a rythmic rocking noise, not too fast,not too slow.I find clean up a breeze. This baby is dishwasher safe. I soak it a couple minutes, if needed, then pop her in the DW. Take the rubber gasket off first. You should always hand wash the gasket.
clearblue "clearblue": I love it. I would go for the 6 quart for extra room next time.
coletrane: I have an electric pressure cooker that has a hard anodized interior that is sometimes impossible to clean. This stainless steel pressure cooker is a breeze to clean. As soon as it arrived I went to my local hardware store and replaced all of the screws with stainless steel because that seem to be a problem with other users. I soaked some black beans and after only 4 minutes cooking under pressure, I had a pot of beans. The 6 quart size is perfect for me since you can't fill it too much. I just love my new pressure cooker. Looking forward to many great meals.
Cooper: Great cooker. I have been using this one since about 2008. Very reliable, nice flat bottom that is very thick. I use it on a glass top stove without any problem.
Crackers: My firstPresto 01781 23-Quart Pressure Canner and Cookeris for canning. It is this huge cooker, not for your everyday meal. I picked the 4 quart cooker for its' size. I want to make smaller sized meals. If you give me a large pot, I am going to fill it up! Then I have to deal with all the left overs. This cooker is the right size for two with plenty of left overs for the week. My first recipe was with dried beans (black, pinto) for chili. The booklet said only cook for 3 min. after the quick soak (one hour). I did't believe that was possible. Because I have tried to cook dried bean on the stove top and it took hours and hours. And they still weren't done to my liking. So I left the beans in about five min. they were almost over cooked, tender and delicious!I am going to love this cooker. Next up is tough cuts of beef. See what I can do with them. Keep in mind you can only fill it 2/3 full while cooking with pressure. I believe this so food particles don't get trapped in the vent.The basic theory is you cook the longest cooking time ingredient first. Let's say, chuck roast then you release the pressure when almost done. That's the time you add Potatoes, onions seasonings and carrots. After reading the booklet for cooking times and recipes it is almost faster then a microwave oven.....REALLY!