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.
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