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pressure cooker

[′presh·ər ‚ku̇k·ər]
(engineering)
An autoclave designed for high-temperature cooking.
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"People who generally just do pressure cooking, or who make rice daily, will most likely stick with the individual or specialist products that just cater to that one function they use daily," said Philips' Bart, noting all the items are designed to simplify people's lives.
Warden is a frequent guest on the popular retail channel QVC and has sold more than 200,000 copies of previous pressure cooking how-to books.
hot air oven (HO), microwave cooking (MO) and pressure cooking (PC) on proximate analysis of buffalo meat patties with 15% added fat (F1) and buffalo meat patties (5% added fat) incorporated with 3.0 percent Tapioca Starch (F2) are represented in Table 1.
Educating customers about the culinary possibilities, health benefits and ease of use associated with pressure cooking will help you close the sale.
There will be reformation available on BCH kettles, atmospheric cooking, pressure cooking, vacuum process technology and energy reducing processes.
At 10 and 11 years old, the budding young chefs will be on hand at the Fissler booth to show how easy and safe pressure cooking is for everyone of all ages.
The success of Hell's Kitchen on C4 in 2004 proved many viewers liked a bit of pressure cooking, and BBC executives knew they needed to capture that nail-biting tension for their own spin-off show.
It's warranted, too, as his show is indeed ace - packed with songs and stories about pigeons, pie and pressure cooking.
In the absence of sterilization and pressure cooking, C.
The film uses Huhtamaki's Intelligent Double Pressure Cooking Technology, which allows the microwaves to penetrate into the food, heating the water which then transforms into steam and cooks the food inside out.
By contrast, broccoli which was steamed only lost 11 per cent of the same property, pressure cooking lost 53 per cent and boiling 81 per cent.
The fuel; Low-Rank Coal-Water Fuel (LRCWF), is produced by crushing and grinding the coal and treating the resulting fines in a big-pressure hot water process, similar to pressure cooking. Water in the coal is expanded and expelled.

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