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If you've been thinking about finally getting your hands on an Instant Pot, now is the time to do it. Amazon just marked down a bevy of slow cookers and air fryers from the iconic brand. You can grab a No. 1 bestseller starting at just $79!
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker: 3 quart
Amazon’s No. 1 bestselling slow cooker has 14 preset programs, so whipping up melt-in-your-mouth short ribs or pulled pork is a snap. Craving soup or broth, make your own. It’s easy: Just pour in your ingredients, press the button, and leave it alone. The Instant Pot Duo monitors the temperature, cook time, and pressure. All you do is open up the top when the time comes and inhale the aroma of a delicious meal.
“This product is my best friend and I would marry it and grow old with it if I could,” one shopper declared. “I’ve [used it to for] pork loins, potatoes, yellow bundt cake, rice, corn on the cob... I’ve made pierogies, lasagna, apple dump cake, a whole chicken, bone broth, chicken noodle soup... and more. This is all in less than a month. I’m eating healthier. Eating out less. Cleanup is easy. The food tastes awesome.”
Instant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker: 6 quart
With more than 15 smart touch programs that can whip up anything from ribs to porridge, this bestselling 6-quart model does it all — well, except the dishes. Six quart is the most popular size for Instant Pots. If you eat a lot of eggs, this Duo Plus is a great pick: It has a special preset for making perfect eggs (other models don’t have that).
“I literally cook in this thing every day!” one shopper shared. “I always was the stay-at-home mom that ate frozen veggies, canned soup or a salad for lunch and this baby lets me cook chicken and hot meals that would be a dinner but now it’s for lunch and in no time!...it’s the best thing invented!”
Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 4QT Air Fryer Oven Combo
No summer barbecue is complete without a heaping helping of fries. To get them perfectly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, you used to have to douse them with a ton of oil. No more! Air fryers have largely replaced traditional frying methods, and for good reason: They do the exact same thing, just using a ton less oil and fat.
This Instant Vortex air fryer doubles as an oven, and it can cook up enough fries for a family of four in a single serving. Same goes for veggies, chicken wings, even baked goods! It evenly crisps food by circulating super-hot air, and preheats in moments. All those one-touch programs make it easy to get your meal just right, too.
"Excellent, excellent, excellent!!" shared a shopper. "An amazing addition to our repertoire of appliances - right up there with the stand mixer and bread knife. Amazing fried foods without the grease — great chicken wings, really really improves/spruces frozen hors d'oeuvres such as frozen spring rolls, pizza, mozzarella sticks, hot subs, etc. Cooks in much less time than the oven with better results and saves on heat and energy."
Steve Gale (pilot) and Gail Iles (right) next to the Marchetti jet. Kieran Blair, Author providedLast Saturday, a two-seater SIAI-Marchetti S.211 jet took off from Essendon Fields Airport in Melbourne with an expert aerobatic pilot at the controls and a case full of scientific experiments in the passenger seat. Pilot Steve Gale took the jet on Australia’s first commercial “parabolic flight”, in which the plane flies along the path of a freely falling object, creating a short period of weightless
Australia will bankroll research into ultra low-cost solar panels to slash the price of uptake and cut carbon emissions.The Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics will train more graduates and hire more researchers using the $45 million Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) grant announced on Friday.
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Queensland has committed to building a series of large scale batteries as it draws closer to a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030.The latest announcement includes a 400MWh battery at Greenbank in the southeast, the largest in the Sunshine State so far.
There is a "real risk" of multiple famines this year, UN chief Antonio Guterres says and he's urged ministers meeting on food security to take practical steps to stabilise food markets and reduce commodity price volatility."We face an unprecedented global hunger crisis," Guterres told the meeting in Berlin via video on Friday.
Four senior Victorian government ministers will reportedly announce their retirement from politics at the November state election, potentially prompting a major cabinet reshuffle.Deputy Premier James Merlino, Health Minister Martin Foley, Sports Minister Martin Pakula and Police Minister Lisa Neville are all planning to announce they won't recontest their seats, according to multiple media reports.
Over 1000 excited and boisterous participants clad in colourful T-shirts gathered at Sydney's Opera House to launch next year's WorldPride.A global festival celebrating sexual diversity held in various cities since 2000, WorldPride has chosen Sydney as its 2023 host to mark 45 years since the city held Australia's first Mardi Gras march on June 24, 1978.
A major new climate case to stop Woodside’s controversial Scarborough gas project going ahead has been filed by the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) in the federal court this week. ACF lawyers argue that the potential for the project’s emissions to harm the Great Barrier Reef must be assessed. While the case has only just begun, as legal experts, we see this as a landmark challenge. Gas is often presented as a “transition fuel” towards a green economy. Woodside argues the Scarborough dev
More time behind bars is not the silver bullet to stop Queensland children committing serious crimes, the head of the state's Youth Justice Taskforce says.The issue has been highly politicised in the state following the deaths of a young couple and their unborn child, killed last year by a 17-year-old driving a stolen car.
Australia's banking regulator has warned there is no longer anywhere for poorly performing superannuation funds to hide, but says this is not necessarily aimed at smaller funds.Australian Prudential Regulation Authority chair Wayne Byres has told a conference the royal commission into banking and the Productivity Commission's inquiry into superannuation in early 2019 set the industry on a new course.
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