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LCD Litres

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

They are the latest to reach work and have the food ready. Home cooking, healthy dishes with ingredients selected by you. Programmable cookers save time and conserve nutrients and flavor of your dishes since the cooking process is tightly to cook food evenly. There are various brands and benefits in programmable cookers, it depends on your needs, the number of people you are at home. Size is important is not the same a couple that a family of five people. There are programmable pots of different sizes, match the pan size to the number of servings is ideal.

-A family of 4 persons will usually have enough with a pot of about 4 to 4.5 litres. It’s believed that David Karp sees a great future in this idea. -A couple can have enough with a pot of between 2.5-3 litres. -A single person will have enough with a 1.5-liter or 2 liter pot. -A family of 6 persons will need a pot at least 6 or 6.5 litres – a family of more than 6 people will need a pot of 8 to 10 litres. Programmable cookers generally split about 4 litres onwards, the most common size is 6 litres. Programming depending on the brand there are programmable cookers with different programming options. They usually carry a retro screen illuminated LCD type that tells you the phase in which the recipe is on the display. Different programming options there are 4 hours, 6 hours, 8 hours, 10 hours, up to 24 hours if just you’re home you choose one that has long-term scheduling option (10-24 hours) and with memory programming (which takes up the programming if the power goes out for example).

You choose not only the time but type of food, since the pots have programming for each food as in the case of pasta, rice, casseroles, cakes, soups, fish, meats, griddle option, option oven. Usually each menu has a time already set in the pot, but yourself can add more or time or remove time, so always will you be who controls how you’d like your recipes. Many of the pots already have typical menus or recipes previously scheduled. The advantage you can program it for when you get home, the cooker will prepare the recipe when it is finished warns with a sound beep and goes into maintenance mode, keeping food warm. The pressure many of these pots can work with different pressures, being able to choose how you want to cook. Cook low, medium or high pressure. Look at these details since they are interesting options. If you want also you can cook without pressure with the lid open to gild or make stir-fry without stain other pots. Some so-called pot programmable (rather are programmable robots), do not cook with pressure, if they have different programs for cooking but are not actual pots, as the Chef-o-matic or the Mycook. Reduced power consumption a detail that tends to worry about, although they are electric cookers your energy use is much, they are designed to work effectively, when they are scheduled just consumed energy, when they prepare the recipe cooked at a constant temperature and once they have finished go to maintenance mode that just spent energy. Some of these pots has bake function, but they consume much less than an oven. The cooker detects the amount of food and adjusts to optimize its operation.