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    TVWBB Hall of Fame timothy's Avatar
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    What those buttons on a Insta pot really mean.

    I don't know about the rest of you, but I mainly use mine for meat, beans or stews.
    I bookmarked this cause it's a handy reference and no need to go searching for the manual.
    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/thos...200218898.html

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    Thanks Tim!
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    Thanks for sharing. I thoroughly enjoy our IP. I'm possibly not getting the most benefit from it but almost exclusively use sauté and manual modes. I tried rice twice without impressive results but I attribute that to my own misstep.

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    Last weekend, I used mine to proof bread dough using the low yogurt setting. Works well!

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    Thanks Tim - I just finished chili verde in mine, I'm going to have to try rice in it soon just for fun.

    Multigrain

    Best for cooking brown rice and wild rice. Starts off with a 50-minute soak at 140 degrees, then ramps up to 248 degrees for about nine minutes.

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