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Fissler Pressure Cookers

A pressure cooker makes quick work of preparing foods normally cooked with moist heat. The large metal pot with a locking lid creates an airtight vessel that uses steam and a high temperature to cook food many times faster than traditional methods. A pressure cooker works well for steamed vegetables, soups and stews, and tough cuts of meats.
Fissler
$240.00-$290.00 $300.00-$365.00
at Sur La Table

Prepare delicious, healthy meals in 1/3 the time with this new easy-to-use pressure cooker. Whether you?re a novice or a pressure-...cooking pro, you?ll appreciate the fool-proof safety features that take away all the fear and guesswork. Features improved 4-segment bayonet locking system with indicators to let you know when lid is closed correctly and ready to cook. If cooking level is exceeded, cooker automatically depressurizes through the control valve. Auto-lock feature prevents lid from being opened until pressure is completely released. Unlike most pressure cookers, the Vitaquick doesn?t release steam while in use. This reduces the loss of liquid and vitamins and keeps your kitchen cooler. Plus, it?s silent under pressure?no hissing, rattling or spitting. Unique CookStar all-stove base works with any stovetop heat source, including induction. Delivers superior heat diffusion and retention and is guaranteed to have no hot spots. Conical shape ensures easy stackability without wedging or scratching. Base is engineered to lie flat for life. Cooker is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup, and there?s no need to remove main control valve?just rinse the lid under running water. Includes handy steamer basket and tripod stand. Lifetime warranty. Made in Germany. Web exclusive: This product only available online. read more

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