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  1. Are pressure cookers safe?

    In using pressure cooker, lids must be locked into place before pressure will rise. The lid is an expanding rubber gasket that prevents you from removing the lid until the pressure has been released to safe levels, and a safety valve that automatically reduces the pressure should there be a malfunction or in the event that you forget to turn down the heat when high pressure is reached.

    Pressure cookers are special pots with airtight, locking lids that feature a valve system that regulates internal pressure. Steam that builds up inside the pot cooks the food at a very high temperature. This ability to cook at extremely high temperatures means foods that take hours -- such as dried beans -- can cook in a fraction of the time, and "regular" meals can be on the table in minutes.
    Although we've all heard the urban legends about exploding pressure cookers, modern pressure cookers are equipped with safety features to prevent such mishaps.

    Follow this tip for a safer and more convenient cooking with Dowell Pressure Cooker PC-6Q . Happy cooking!

  2. Wash your clothes the eco-friendly way

    Doing one wash instead of several smaller ones is a good start. This will not only make your washing machine more energy-efficient, but it will also save on the amount of washing powder or liquid detergent you use.

    Most modern machines also have time-saving settings that will reduce the amount of energy used, so make sure you take advantage of such features.

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