This All-Natural Pressure Cooker Is Also Safe and Healthy

Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or broth under steam pressure in a sealed metal pot. Besides being a pot typically made from aluminum, cast iron or copper, it has several other parts: A metal pot handle covered with either rubber or silicone A lid and its handle with a locking […]

This All-Natural Pressure Cooker Is Also Safe and Healthy

Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or broth under steam pressure in a sealed metal pot. Besides being a pot typically made from aluminum, cast iron or copper, it has several other parts:

  1. A metal pot handle covered with either rubber or silicone
  2. A lid and its handle with a locking mechanism
  3. Gasket or a rubber sealing ring
  4. Steam vent and release valves

It is generally used for cooking faster than conventional methods. Pressure is created by boiling a liquid (typically water) inside the closed pot. The trapped steam increases the internal pressure and allows the temperature to rise, which forces food to cook quickly. In the end, the pressure is slowly released so that the lid can be opened safely.

As much as a pressure cooker is useful for cooking faster, it needs to be handled with extreme care at all times or else, the consequences can be annoying to dangerous. As its cooking temperature is quite high, a little delay in turning off the stove might literally burn your food, and that’s in addition to the delicate nutrients that are dissolved by such harsh heat.

The gasket ring can be pretty annoying on its own. Unlike a standard saucepan lid, it needs to be washed and cleaned thoroughly and regularly after every use. It needs to be replaced every year as it becomes dry and starts losing its flexibility, making it difficult to seal the lid well. Even if you don’t use it for a long time, it dries up and needs replacement.

At any point during cooking, if you feel the need to check if food is cooked, releasing all steam and then opening the lid is pretty annoying, whereas the same thing is quite easy with a conventional saucepan. Being able to visually inspect the food regularly seems a lot of hassle with a pressure cooker.

What makes pressure cooker dangerous is the fact that it can literally blast if the steam vent is blocked by food particles/debris and you don’t detect it and clear it up in time.

All these inconveniences call for an alternative. Pure clay pressure cooker is an all-natural and safe alternative. Unlike metals, the raw material is 100% non-toxic and healthy. The heat from pure-clay is far-infrared – won’t damage nutrients or burn your food or hands.

But here’s the bigger deal: thanks to its ergonomic design, steam isn’t released but is condensed naturally. Also, it doesn’t force but gently coaxes the food to cook with steam – no mushy and bland food anymore.

A simple yet effective design with no complicated parts makes it as easy to clean as it is to use. With all the added health benefits of pure clay, this all-natural cooking pot is an ideal pressure cooker for your kitchen that cooks all your recipes in a safe and healthy way.

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