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[Amazon.ca] $68: Instant Pot Pressure Cooker, 8 Quart

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[Amazon.ca] $68: Instant Pot Pressure Cooker, 8 Quart

$68: Instant Pot Pressure Cooker, 8 Quart

For those who missed the Walmart deal of 6 quarts for the same price. This deal is for 8 quarts.
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fatestkid wrote: It was $60 during Black Friday just fyi. Still a good deal.
aah.. OK.. looks like I missed that deal.
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fatestkid wrote: It was $60 during Black Friday just fyi. Still a good deal.
Where was this? I only saw 8 quarts for $80 at the cheapest from Amazon and $60 for 6 quarts from Canadian Tire.
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lucasc wrote: Where was this? I only saw 8 quarts for $80 at the cheapest from Amazon and $60 for 6 quarts from Canadian Tire.
Amazon had 8 quarts for $59.88. this exact 6 in 1 model.
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lucasc wrote: Where was this? I only saw 8 quarts for $80 at the cheapest from Amazon and $60 for 6 quarts from Canadian Tire.
So did Walmart for the exact same model. $59.88
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Honestly, who doesn't have one of these by now?
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Having this model, I would probably advise someone considering purchasing this to pay a little extra for a model with low pressure.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: Having this model, I would probably advise someone considering purchasing this to pay a little extra for a model with low pressure.
yea? why's that? I bought it last week from amazon for $78 with the low pressure.
I'm just making my second recipe
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What about the $99 Instant Pot Smart WiFi one from Best Buy last Black Friday? Was that one not any good? Hoping that'll go on sale again during Boxing Day.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: Having this model, I would probably advise someone considering purchasing this to pay a little extra for a model with low pressure.
Why is the model with low pressure better?
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cn_habs wrote: Why is the model with low pressure better?
Low pressure is better for boiled eggs. That's the only use I've heard of but I'm sure there are more.
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For those people who are buying this just to try it here my two cents. I bought an instant pot two years ago, used it once and then it just sat there just because I can't be bothered to use it. My air fryer gets used almost daily.

I think it's important to see the type of food you eat right now and find the right kitchen device to make it easier to cook. I usually eat curry with Rice/bread. I'll cook the curry in a pot on the stove. I also eat things like baked chicken or a Burge patty with steamed vegetables. For anything that I baked in the past, I cook in the air fryer now. It's been the best and most kitchen appliance I have ever bought, the other is my espresso machine :)
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It's so interesting, I am constantly cooking curry in my instant pot which I use twice a week at least. But it's true, everyone cooks differently.
fatestkid wrote: For those people who are buying this just to try it here my two cents. I bought an instant pot two years ago, used it once and then it just sat there just because I can't be bothered to use it. My air fryer gets used almost daily.

I think it's important to see the type of food you eat right now and find the right kitchen device to make it easier to cook. I usually eat curry with Rice/bread. I'll cook the curry in a pot on the stove. I also eat things like baked chicken or a Burge patty with steamed vegetables. For anything that I baked in the past, I cook in the air fryer now. It's been the best and most kitchen appliance I have ever bought, the other is my espresso machine :)
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liemhoho wrote: What about the $99 Instant Pot Smart WiFi one from Best Buy last Black Friday? Was that one not any good? Hoping that'll go on sale again during Boxing Day.
The chances are nearly 100% you'll see Instant Pots on sale for boxing day.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: Having this model, I would probably advise someone considering purchasing this to pay a little extra for a model with low pressure.
I thought all these could also do slow cooking? The 6 quart Duo can. I just did some ribs using a Youtube video. Didn't come out quite right but lots of room for experimentation. Have done pork chops. Those came out right. Next up will be spaghetti. A nice toy to play with to feed myself...

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