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    Quote Originally Posted by clbj View Post
    OK. So the fast slow (pressure) cooker does a fast version of slow cooking casseroles, roasts etc and would replace the rice cooker. But the fast slow cooker can't be used for recipes that need the tea towel trick.

    Hope I got that right?!

    It's mostly baking cakes and deserts that use the tea towel trick right?
    When using the slow cook function, the lid just rests down, you don't lock it, so I can't see why you couldn't do the tea towel trick. When I did the tea towel thing on my old cheapo slow cooker, it just went across and the lid went on top of it so I don't know why this would be different.
    It has settings for both slow and pressure cooking so functions as a normal slow cooker if that's what it is set to.

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    Anyone here by chance has the Phillips pressure cooker?

    Sorry for hijacking the thread but I reckon the Op might be interested as well?

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    My mum just bought a Philips all in one cooker (slow and pressure), she loves it! Cheaper than the breville pro and on sale at Harvey Norman at the moment!

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