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The Instant Pot Understands The History Of Women's Labor In The Kitchen

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The Instant Pot Understands The History Of Women's Labor In The Kitchen by the ever-interesting Bee Wilson. Worth a read.

 

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It is a rare tool that is any improvement over a pair of dexterous hands and a sharp knife.

 


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Great article.  Thank you for posting it.

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12 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

How does an Instant Pot relieve one "of most of the stirring"?

 

 

I'm not certain what the article author was referring to but if one chooses to make a risotto-like dish in the instant pot vs the classic stove top method of stirring in one ladle of broth at a time, then indeed, one is relieved "of most of the stirring."

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