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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21-06-2016 16:30 #13
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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