The main thing I love about VitaClay is that it does slow cooking features, steam, reheat, stew, cook rice, cook bone broth and the newer ones can make yogurt, all in clay pot cookware, the superior material for my culinary needs. I used to have a slow-cooker, a yogurt-maker, a rice-maker, a steamer, a microwave that I don’t use anymore because I can do so much already in just a single appliance, my energy-saving VitaClay. I’ve actually thrown away half a dozen appliances after I got my VitaClay. VitaClay makes the best food, I use it every day, it’s so convenient and everything cooks so quickly and super easy. VitaClay does so many things in one that I don’t have to have six or seven other appliances. It’s really cool that I was able to replace all those appliances with one thing and it’s really worth it! With VitaClay, it’s all about multi-tasking. I’m able to cook while doing other things because it cooks for me.
I love VitaClay even more because of the results that come out and the shorter time to cook in it. Some people think pressure cooker cooks food fast but actually, you need to wait for the pressure to build up before the cooking process starts and then wait again for an amount of time for the pressure to come out before you can open the cooker to check your food. With VitaClay, it’s either the same cooking time or much less time-consuming than pressure cookers. More importantly, VitaClay has clay in it, unlike most pressure cookers that are made of aluminum or stainless steel which could be dangerous to your health especially when you cook on them for a long period of time.
VitaClay is not a pressure cooker, but it does exert some micro-pressure in the clay interior. Yet, unlike pressure cookers, it doesn’t build or hold pressure and you don’t need to release pressure at the end. You can also open it anytime during the cooking process-it won’t hurt you or even explode as other people worry about it. VitaClay releases pressure while cooking and lets it out as steam so it’s safer.
As compared to slow cookers, VitaClay also cooks less time than these appliances. I usually do a last-minute dinner so slow cookers don’t work much for me. Another issue I encountered is that foods cooked in slow cookers turn out mushy or a bit bland because the foods are sitting there cooking for so long.
VitaClay is known as a slow cooker or a pressure cooker, in a sense, but it’s more of a multi-cooker. It’s actually in between a slow-cooker and a pressure cooker. It cooks like a pressure cooker because it has a micro-pressure in it while it cooks much faster than slow cookers.
Now that you’ve known more about VitaClay, you might be wondering how you can cook food in VitaClay that you have been originally cooking in your pressure cookers or slow cookers. Here are some pressure cooker and slow cooker recipes that we converted to the VitaClay equivalent cooking time. This is your sign to try the future of clay pot cooking and taste the difference!
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