Are you anti-slow cooker? It's okay — you can admit it! If we're being honest, the editors of this site are split on slow cookers, too, with some of us loving them and others feeling a bit more meh. The 'set it and forget it' idea is very appealing at first, but disillusionment quickly sets in when you realize it's not always as simple as that. Wait, I still need to brown meat separately beforehand? I have to keep an eye on the clock, too? I thought this was supposed to make my life easier!
But it comes down to this: if you're not a fan of slow cookers, it may be the fault of your particular slow cooker and not the failings of the practice itself. Here are three models that could change your mind: