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The pressure cooker is a cooking pot fitted with a special lid that seals the product and does not allow steam to be released from it.
The sealed lid involves a shorter cooking time, but also using 50% less energy than traditional cooking. By minimizing evaporation, foods cooked under pressure retain most of their vitamins and minerals, but also their taste and color, compared to the usual boiling method. This product can be used to cook vegetables, meat, fruit, fish, cereals or legumes.
This type of cooking pot can be used to cook vegetables, meat, fruit, fish, cereals or legumes.
The food is cooked up to 70% faster than in the case of traditional cooking, inside the pressure cooker. For example, chickpeas are ready in 13 minutes instead of an hour and a half, a very tender steak is ready in 30 minutes instead of 1.5-2 hours, potatoes are cooked in 10 minutes instead of 45 minutes and most vegetables need 5 minutes or even less to be perfectly cooked.