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Hi all, I recently purchased a 7 in one Instant Pot cooker (Rice, steamer, pressure, slow cooker, etc).

I've made some incredible veggies soups, chilis and the best rice every so far... but I have a few questions.

1. Can we add a slow cooker / pressure cooker section to the recipes section?
2. Is pressure cooking bad / against anything in the OMS protocol?
3. Some recipes call for olive oil, I haven't been using it, but I was wondering if steam / pressure cooking changes the way the oil is heated?

I would recommend this appliance to anyone looking to easy cook your potatoes, squash, beets, rice, everything.
I use a pressure cooker frequently in much the same way as you described. It is a fantastic way to cook oms-friendly food in a single pot...especially long cooking items such as legumes and grains. Many people feel the pressure cooker heats food too much. Actually, this is not true. The pressure can raise the boiling point of liquids (always present in a pressure cooker) to 121°C - a rise above traditional cooking methods, but still rather safe. Personally, I limit the amount of oil I use, but I will add some oil to liquids in certain preparations using a pressure cooker.

Here is one method of using the pressure cooker posted on the website (my recipe): https://overcomingms.org/recovery-program/recipes/one-pot-meals/basic-risotto-in-a-pressure-cooker/

Here is one for Babaganoush from my own website: http://laughinglemon.ch/blog/babaganoush/

And finally, one more from my website on making basic brown rice: http://laughinglemon.ch/blog/basic-pressure-cooker-brown-rice/

Cheers,
Jack
Diagnosis: Jul 2009
OMS: Jan 2010
Awesome, thanks for the reply and the links!
jackmcn wrote: I use a pressure cooker frequently in much the same way as you described. It is a fantastic way to cook oms-friendly food in a single pot...especially long cooking items such as legumes and grains. Many people know how to use the instapot and feel the pressure cooker heats food too much. Actually, this is not true. The pressure can raise the boiling point of liquids (always present in a pressure cooker) to 121°C - a rise above traditional cooking methods, but still rather safe. Personally, I limit the amount of oil I use, but I will add some oil to liquids in certain preparations using a pressure cooker.

Here is one method of using the pressure cooker posted on the website (my recipe): https://overcomingms.org/recovery-program/recipes/one-pot-meals/basic-risotto-in-a-pressure-cooker/

Here is one for Babaganoush from my own website: http://laughinglemon.ch/blog/babaganoush/

And finally, one more from my website on making basic brown rice: http://laughinglemon.ch/blog/basic-pressure-cooker-brown-rice/

Cheers,
Jack


Loved the recipes especially the "Risotto". I always tend to stick with Olive oil in my recipes. Do you recommend some other oil good for cooking in the pot?
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