Should I Keep Both a Pressure Cooker and a Crock-Pot?

Should I Keep Both a Pressure Cooker and a Crock-Pot?

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Faith Durand
Mar 11, 2010

Q: My fiance and I are getting married in a couple of months and have registered for a pressure cooker. I'm really looking forward to using it as I've heard great things, but I'm concerned about space.

I already own a Crock-Pot and I'm wondering if we need both. Any suggestions?

Sent by Bev

Editor: Bev, this is a great question, especially during this week of the Kitchen Cure. One of these appliances cooks extra-slow, and the other cooks extra-fast.

Readers, if you have both a slow cooker and a pressure cooker, why do you use both? Or why would you prefer one over the other? Any advice for Bev?

Related: Food Science: How Pressure Cookers Work

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