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|07-13-2008 07:32 AM|
Originally Posted by wind_magic View Post
|07-05-2008 11:42 AM|
|wind_magic||Kuhn Rikon, without a doubt. I own two different sizes, and two others that are not Kuhn Rikon and are meant for camping.|
|07-04-2008 05:53 PM|
|TejasSailer||Costco sometimes has the Fagor Rapida line pressure cookers. About two years we got a 6 liter pressure cooker for I think I recall about $35. A 10 quart model (a bit large) is currently available for about $80.|
|07-04-2008 04:40 PM|
|Plumper||Google Fagor marine pressure cookers and they'll tell you all the differences.|
|07-04-2008 04:19 PM|
Marine Version Pressure Cooker
What is different about it?
|07-04-2008 04:10 PM|
Fagor makes a marine version:
Fagor Classic Pressure Cooker Reviews. Buying guides & consumer product reviews at Epinions.com
|07-04-2008 03:55 PM|
Short Handled Pressure Cooker
That link that you posted is the ONE. It works really well and I highly recommend it.
|07-04-2008 03:49 PM|
|SailorMitch||Check this out . It's a Fagor with handles on the side. Fagor America : Cookware : Pressure Cookers : Futuro Line : Futuro|
|07-03-2008 10:09 PM|
Pressure Cooker Beats Pots on Feet
It sounds painful to have a pot fall on your feet, with or without boiling liquid.
I have had students who have bought pressure cookers for their boats so I do know that they come in handy. I am sure that I have much more to learn about sailing than pressure cooking.
On dry land I use my pressure cooker most days and find it to be a wonderful pot but on a boat, I could imagine it being much more multipurpose -- also keeping a small galley cooler than an oven (if you had one).
|07-03-2008 08:12 PM|
Just FYI, people also use Pressure Cookers on boats to replace ovens, which not all boats have. Pressure cookers are often used without the gasket as a "safety" pot, since the lids on most pots do not "lock" onto the bottom, and if you're cooking at sea, having a pot of boiling soup fall at your feet can really hurt you if the lid comes off the pot.
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