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is it possible to use my magma grill to cook with a pressure cooker? I guess im asking if it will get it hot enough

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Sure , I don't see why not, just tie a string to the pot There is a insert you can get for the grill, MAGMA PRODUCTS Plate-gril at West Marine

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I suspect it would be hot enough but wonder about heat control. Also I would be really careful since you will end up with a pretty top-heavy combination.

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As long as there's enough power/heat to continually boil the pot, consistently for at least 30 minutes, should be no problem.

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I can fry bacon and blacken fish in a cast iron skillet on my magma (the round one). The long one (Catalina... no not my boat!!) would have a lot more trouble if it would do it at all.

That is why I keep two grills. The larger grill is great for closing the lid and really doing some good grilling. The Magma round one is great for getting thigs really hot and is my prefernece for blackening and cooking other things that smoke/stink when cooked. I also like the little round magma because it can be taken up to the shore via a simple stand that is sold for it. What I do not like about the round Magma is that the spot right in the middle gets way too hot and there is not a consistent temperature across the grates.

There you go... a very long winded answer from your local grilling expert!! (Smile).

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I'd point out that if you listened to CruisingDad, you'd soon have a BBQ pit inplace of your cockpit... which isn't feasible for most of us... he's insane...

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I'd point out that if you listened to CruisingDad, you'd soon have a BBQ pit inplace of your cockpit... which isn't feasible for most of us... he's insane...
Can't do it Dog... that would take away too much room for solar panels!!! Ya gotta have your priorities!!

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I notice CD didn't dispute the fact that HE IS INSANE...

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Anyone that moderates this site is insane!!!

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Anyone that moderates this site is insane!!!
Oi !! Just you watch yourself Magma Man.

otoh...do Thigs really need all that heat. I prefer mine closer to room temp.

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