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Should I Buy A Crock Pot?

By John Unebr

Are you thinking about purchasing a slow cooker, also known as a crock pot? If so, you might wish to look into a 3 quart slow cooker. This size is perfect for small families-it’ll serve from one to three people.

A 3 quart slow cooker is able to create a side dish which feeds between four and six people. It’s additionally good for portable meals. If you are asked to bring something to a pot luck for example, you can cook it eariler in the pot and then bring it with you. This is feasible because the pot just weighs around 10 pounds empty and you can sometimes buy a carrying tote for it.

The slow cooker really usually will hold approximately three and a half quarts, or, to provide you a better visual example, it will carry a 4 lb chicken with a little space to spare. It will hold enough chicken, beef, stew etc for between one to three individuals.

Crock pots have great functionality. You can locate thousands of recipes on the internet for them. Usually they will come with some recipes included too. You can make a bunch of different dishes including cooked fruit jams, soups, oatmeal, beef, chicken, stews, pork, et cetera.

One awesome and common use of the crock pot is to throw together a dish before work in the morning. This way when you come home form work you have a fresh, hot meal waiting for you. This is great for singles.

Overall, a slow cooker is a good option for someone seeking a fast, simple way to cook meals for their family.

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