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pressure cooker

[′presh·ər ‚ku̇k·ər]
(engineering)
An autoclave designed for high-temperature cooking.
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In this paper we report the trypsin inhibitors concentration in ten cultivars of Phaseolus vulgaris and the study of the trypsin inhibitors reactivation using double-digestive pepsin-pancreatin in vitro of bean grains samples submitted to pressure-cooking.
Bean grains were soaked in distilled water (1:5 p:v) for 12 hours under laboratory conditions at 26[+ or -]5[degrees]C and submitted to pressure-cooking at 121[degrees]C and 141 kPa for 30 min, according established previously by Carvalho et al.
In vitro hydrolysis of raw and pressure-cooking cultivar extracts was carried out as described by Akerson & Stahman (2) using a double-digestive pepsin-pancreatin.
Raw and pressure-cooking protein samples of IAC-Arua were incubated using double-digestive pepsinpancreatin.
Raw and pressure-cooking extract of IAC-Arua cultivar were fractionated on a 1.
The pressure-cooking at 121[degrees]C for 30 min increased digestible protein in vitro (P<0.
Although trypsin inhibitor activity was totally inactivated by pressure-cooking at 121[degrees]C for 30 min, there was a significant difference (P<0.
Note that while most multicookers include a pressure-cooking function, there are some models that only slow cook, so check before you buy.
The pressure-cooking function can cook a meal in up to 70 percent less time than traditional cooking methods and has two pressure settings to accommodate the most delicate foods.

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