Monday, November 6, 2017

The Weight Watchers Instant Pot Smart Points Recipes Cookbook by Smart Eater

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Will Santa bring you an Instant Pot for Christmas? If not, you’ll want to treat yourself to one. Cooking with a pressure cooker like the Instant Pot is much like slow cooking except you don’t have to think about your recipe 4-8 hours ahead of time. This is perfect for someone who generally busy and If you’re watching your weight, you’ll love putting your pressure cooker to work with this "Weight Watchers Instant Pot Recipes Cookbook"

Pressure cooking has many advantages, among which saving time & energy, preserving nutrients and eliminating harmful micro-organisms from food are most significant.

Saving Time & Energy
Foods are cooked much faster by pressure cooking than by other methods. Typically electric pressure cooker can reduce cooking time by up to 70% comparing with other methods.

With much less water used in cooking and a fully insulated external pot, much less energy is required, saving up to 70% of energy comparing with boiling, steaming, oven cooking or slow cooking. Electric pressure cookers are the second most energy efficient cooking appliance after microwaves.

Electric pressure cookers, such as Instant Pot, has a unique fully sealed cooking mechanism. No steam and smells spread throughout the kitchen and your home. This makes it an ideal clean and convenient cooking appliance.
Everyone wants to look and feel good, but few are willing to do what it takes to get there. We are all so caught up in our busy lives that we hardly pay any attention to the small habits that make a huge difference. One of the main issues is what we eat and how it affects our bodies.