Welcome to Pressure Cooking School!
Here’s a preview of a new free video series that will teach you how to use the pressure cooker!
Starting December 9th, you’ll get expert tips, advice and guidance on making pressure cooker recipes. We’re not going to leave you to fend for yourselves – this series also includes hand-holding and ongoing support directly from expert cooks in our forums and Laura Pazzaglia – founder of the hipcooking.com website, cookbook author, and pressure cooker manufacturer consultant.
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Each episode in the series has detailed explanations and demonstrations on how to use the pressure cooker, tips on what to do and a delicious, recipe (or two)! Included, too, are a written episode summaries (go your own speed), articles with more details (delve deeper) and down-loadable materials to use as you wish*- teach someone else to pressure cook!
As each episode is published, we’ll add the title and up-coming date of the next one. The entire series will be ten episodes long – though we may add more depending on viewer requests and feedback. Here’s what we’ve got so far…
- Series Preview – a quick overview of the Hip Pressure Cooking School
- Getting Acquainted (coming December 9th) – learning all the parts of the pressure cooker, safety systems, how it works and doing a hot water test.
- more coming, stay tuned!
The Pressure Cookers
The entire series features the top three electric multi & pressure cookers currently on the market: Breville’s Fast Slow Pro, Fagor America’s LUX and Instant Pot’s DUO & SMART electric pressure and multi-cookers. Though there is also general information and advice on how to find the right setting with just about any electric pressure cooker.
For stove top pressure cookers, The Pressure Cooking School will still have some useful information for pressure cookery in general; but, for more details, please refer to our original teaching series, Beginner Basics.
Tell us what you think! We want to make this series the most useful as it can be for you. So, don’t forget to tell us what you think in the forums. See you there!
*All materials for The Pressure Cooking school, can be duplicated and distributed online and off-line to teach others how to pressure cook. Please give full credit to hipcooking.com as the source and, if used online, include a link. Also, drop us a line through the contact form to let us know about it!