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    Ah, makes sense. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    Oh, do I need to stir food half way? I am making beef goulash today...wish me luck!
    I was actually just thinking this when I put my alls cooker on this morning. I've only had mine a few months and have always stirred but for some reason today I thought 'should I be doing this?'

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    Don't stir or lift lid while it's cooking. No need to. Let's out too much heat too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Don't stir or lift lid while it's cooking. No need to. Let's out too much heat too.
    Really? I cook 6-8 hour low heat and stir every half an hour or so.

    More if on high
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    Don't stir and for casseroles, etc. root vegetables should be placed on bottom, other vegetables in between and meat on top.

    I have loads of slow cooker books, but what I find annoying is a lot of recipes tell you to brown meat first! But the point of having a slow cooker IMO is the convenience of just being able to chuck everything in and leave it, so I rarely use those recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Don't stir and for casseroles, etc. root vegetables should be placed on bottom, other vegetables in between and meat on top.

    I have loads of slow cooker books, but what I find annoying is a lot of recipes tell you to brown meat first! But the point of having a slow cooker IMO is the convenience of just being able to chuck everything in and leave it, so I rarely use those recipes
    I bought the one that you sear on the stove top (in the slow base) and then transfer to the slow cooker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi View Post
    Really? I cook 6-8 hour low heat and stir every half an hour or so.

    More if on high
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    Yup..can also make your meat less tender if you keep lifting the lid


 

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