- Benefits of Pressure Cooking
Benefits of Pressure Cooking
United pressure cooking can reduce normal cooking times by as much as half. Economical
foods such as legumes (lentils, dried peas and beans) and tough cuts of meat can
be cooked to perfection in a fraction of the normal time. Because food cooks faster
in a pressure cooker, you save fuel, and therefore money.
The United Pressure cooking helps retain the quality of the foods you cook with
by preparing them quickly and with very little water. Cooking with a pressure cooker
is TWO to TEN times faster than other cooking methods. A pressure cooker is a highly
versatile kitchen utensil that can be used to cook a variety of delicious and healthy
meals quickly and easily. A United pressure cooker gives you the time to cook delicious
homemade meals fast.
Pressure Cooking is healthy
Pressure cooking helps retain the quality of the foods you cook with by preparing
them quickly and with very little water. Vegetables remain crisp, colorful and retain
the texture and flavor that make them so delicious in the first place. Meats stay
juicy and moist. By cooking with superheated steam natural flavors are often intensified
so, please feel free to use less salt. Use quality ingredients (and as many organic
and local ingredients as possible) and you will not be disappointed....we promise!
Pressure Cooking is efficient
The United pressure cooker cooks food 70% faster than conventional cooking techniques.
Faster cooking means less energy use. Less energy use means less money spent and
less impact whenever you use one. Think roasted chicken in 30 minutes, or beef stew
in 15 minutes. We could go on and list that a pressure cooker doesn't release oily
residues, odors and splatters like stove-top pan cooking or that many meals can
be cooked in one pot instead of several reducing cleanup, but that would be too
much to list here.
Pressure Cookers are
Modern pressure cookers are 100% safe and "goof-proof". Today's designs employ up
to six valve and vent safety systems that prevent accidents. They can't explode!
The pressure release and gasket mechanism would allow excess pressure to vent (if
there ever is any). That's it. A quality stainless-steel pressure cooker is safe,
requires little maintenance and will last a lifetime.