VitaClay Smart Organic Multicooker, Rice Cooker 101, Tips and Shortcuts

February 05, 2020

VitaClay Smart Organic Multicooker, Rice Cooker 101, Tips and Shortcuts

VitaClay Smart Organic Multicooker, Digital Express, Rice Cooker 101

For models VM7900 and VF7700 models only.

TIPS & SHORTCUTS:

  • Please note: Cooking in VitaClay must have liquid (water or clear broth) to present at all time or no "dry cooking" should be done in any VitaClay pot. Please ensure adequate liquids throughout the cooking cycle, as burning or "going dry" can compromise the integrity of the clay. For detailed direction, click here for our recommended  cooking chart.
  • How long does this cooker take to cook the most slow cooker recipes? In 30 minutes to 2 or 3 hours in "Slow cooking" setting!
  • HOW DO I APPLY THE TIME CONVERSION FROM TRADITIONAL SLOW COOKER RECIPES INTO VITACLAY SMART ORGANIC MULTICOOKER RECIPES?

    To convert cooking time from conventional slow cooker recipes into VitaClay ® slow cooking, the rule of thumb is if the conventional slow cooking time is set on ‘high’ for 4 hours (divided by 2), or on ‘low’ for 8 hours (divided by 4), the VitaClay® Rice/Slow Cooker multicooker will only take 2 hours.

  • How long does this cooker cook chicken? 2 hours for 3-4 pounds of a whole free range organic chicken. Or 30 to 40 minutes for 1 pounds of breast or bone less chicken. 
  • How long does this cooker cook a roast?2.5 to 3.5 hours.
  • How long should I cook bone broth? Chicken soup or bone broth for 2 to 3 hours on "Soup" setting. Beef bone broth for 4 to 5 hours on "Soup" setting. Let the bone broth settle in "Warm" for additional overnight, or 8 to 9 hours to further gel or create more collagen (optional). Click here to view what a farmer says about

    WHICH IS BETTER FOR PERFECT BONE BROTH? VITACLAY OR PRESSURE COOKER?

  • What if I want my foods cooking all day long while I am away from home? VitaClay cooks at 4 X faster than conventional slow cooker. With  automatic "Warm" (up to 12 hours) feature, your foods won't be soggy with better texture and it would stay in warm when you are!  
  • How long does this cook for my beans? For soaked beans, liquid ratio is 3 to 1 for cooking 1 to 1.5 hours on "stew", or 4 to 1 for cooking for  2 hours on "Soup" setting. For dry beans, liquid ratio is 6 to 1 to cook for 2-3 hours on "soup". 
  • What's the minimum cooking volume in this stock pot? 1/4 of the pot. 
  • Is the clay pot oven and microwave safe?Yes!
  • Is the clay potstove-top safe?No.
  • How to cook "Porridge"in my VitaClay? for rice or grains based porridge, use "soup" to cook 1.5 to 2 hours. Adding milk has to be at serving time as it may cause overflow or food burning.
  • How do I cook my Steel cut or roll cut oats? Add 1 cup oat and 4 cups water, set on "Stew" for 30 minutes (optional: add 30 minutes in WARM for softer texture and you may add milk to your serving bowl to avoid burnt  in pot or overflow). Note: please do not use "Rice cooking" for oatmeal as as burning or "going dry" can compromise the integrity of the clay. 
  • How do I select each cooking function? Continue to press Rice Cooking or Slow cooking key until a proper function is choose, then press "Hour" or "minute" key to choose cooking time within 7 seconds. Within a few seconds, cooker will start cooking immediately. Note: On Rice cooking, you do not need to set on timer as it is fully automatic. 
  • How do I steam my fish or veggies?Add 1 cup of water, a steam tray or a ceramic bowl, load veggies or fish on top. Set on "Stew" for 30 minutes. Another option to steam is to add ingredients on top of rice at last 10 minutes of rice cooking. Let it simmer in "Warm" for additional 10-15 minutes. Note: If you like to steam for an hour, add 2 more cups of water before cooking. 

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