Instant Pots

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  1. Crouchinho

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    Do people still use these bastards!? They seemed to be all the rage for a while there. Has the novelty worn off!? I'm still eyeing up one. The thing is over the years my kitchen accumulates so much rubbish from fads down the years. From shitty processors, rice cookers, slow cookers, actifryers ,dehydrators, toasters etc
     
  2. denislawsbackheel

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    A what?
     
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  3. Banshee

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    One of those multi cookers PB was asking about
     
  4. denislawsbackheel

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    I thought he meant pot noodles.
     
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  5. MP71

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    Me too
     
  6. Mugatu

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    So did I... I was going to reccomend the Nongshim Shin Cup as the spicy emperor of instant pot snacks.
     
  7. super_city_si

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    I thought it was instant pot.
     
  8. urban genie

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    What is an instant pot?

    Just a preasure cooker ain't it?

    I much rather have an halogen oven
     
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  9. slick

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    Me too but as luck wiould have it I also have an Instant Pot.
    Just a glorified pressure cooker imo, used it half a dozen times and now it's stuck in a cupboard and hasn't been used in about three years.

    Very expensive for what it is but they must have a large budget for their advertising campaign as I see it quite regularly as a normal media article praising the benefits of it.
     
  10. StrangewaysHereWeCome

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    Whatever happened to Pot Chow Mein? That was the blue pot noodle iirc
     

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