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Posted: 03/04/19 06:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have the original 6 qt and never use it. It takes up the same amount of space as if we had purchased the knockoff, but more space than a smaller unit. Before you buy one, decide if you really need it.


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We have the 6 qt Crock Pot model and it has a couple more features than my daughter's Instant Pot. It is an awesome unit. She says the CrockPot model is better than her Instant Pot.

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I have the 3 QT Instant Pot for our RV for two of us. At home, I originally bought the 8 QT which comes in handy for company. Also, added a 6 QT to the mix at home for when there is just two of us. At home, we have more room in the frig to keep leftovers than in the RV so the 6 QT allows us an extra meal.

Cannot speak in regards the knockoffs. We are very pleased with Instant Pot. I agree with espendydad that there are tons of recipes written specifically to Instant Pot time specs which is handy. Knockoffs may have size and pressure differences that may change recipe timing. Also, lots of Instant Pot accessories available.


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I recently bought a NuWave instapot knock off at Bed Bath and Beyond- 6 qt, $59 - 20% off = $47. Used it a couple time with good results.
It does seem pretty big- gotta figure out where I can put it in the MH


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Instant Pot ? I think that is the website where ya order marijuana thru the mail , kinda like Amazon .

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Thanks, all, appreciate the comments. Will pass on to DW. Whatever she wants, don't matter to me.

PS--WanderingBob...think you're wandering a bit too far.

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^ Yeah just get one. One of the handier new kitchen gizmos, imo.
Think about the ninja foodie. Idk anything about them but had some air fried chicken outta one and it was delicious.


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I really like my 3 quart Instant Pot. Time saver. Does a wonderful job of tenderizing meat. Easy clean up. Tons of online recipes. Hard boiled eggs are easy to peel. One pan cooking by using the "Saute" function for browning. Set it forget it, timer. Big enough for two.

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wanderingbob wrote:

Instant Pot ? I think that is the website where ya order marijuana thru the mail , kinda like Amazon .


Brings back a memory of the TV show 3's company.. Jack sent Mr. Roper down to Mexico to buy a Pot.. Make sure you get the brown a it's better.. A Narcotics cop was dining at the time and Jumped to the wrong concussion (What you get when you jump to a conclusion) Of course jack was buying Pottery. type pot. not the stuff that really is NOT a grass but also goes by that name.

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I store mine on the counter between near daily use and on the bed when in motion .


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OH!.... THAT kind of pot.


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