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Old 01-07-2021, 08:47 PM   #41
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Mozzarella doesn't play well with the bottom of the pot...
LOL.....That's just too much....
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We need to experiment with our own recipes. I got her a Instapot cookbook, hoping to find some things we both would like. There were a lot that weird things in them, or ingredients I couldn't pronounce.

It's like learning about a microwave, all over again. Still trying to master an air fryer. Got the mozzarella sticks down cold!
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We have friends with them but so far have resisted. My DW has no interest in them, preferring the same methods and recipes she has always used. I on the other hand also do a lot of cooking and always am interested in new stuff.

I'll likely put it off until the next great thing comes along and makes the Instapot obsolete.
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We need to experiment with our own recipes. I got her a Instapot cookbook, hoping to find some things we both would like. There were a lot that weird things in them, or ingredients I couldn't pronounce.

It's like learning about a microwave, all over again. Still trying to master an air fryer. Got the mozzarella sticks down cold!
Arenít your mozzarella sticks supposed be warm or hot, not cold?
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Arenít your mozzarella sticks supposed be warm or hot, not cold?
You are absolutely right. I would've said we have them "down pat", but I resist naming my food after humans...it just seems wrong!
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A question on the instant Pot. How much battery power does it use if you have a inverter to make 120 volts when boondocking. I would have to run it off the generator out in the middle of no where. We love our instant pot at home. I did not read all the posts, I hope this question isn't a repeat.
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Ours draws 1100 watts, or almost 9.2 amps.
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