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  1. #1
    ilaboo Guest

    Default pastele paper pressure cooker

    jsut a tip

    wrap food that forms lots of suds ineither pastele paper --parchment or
    large coffee filters such as used in large urns--almost 14 inches in
    diameter

    work great in pressure cooker especially for beans
    no foam

    hth



  2. #2
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: pastele paper pressure cooker


    "ilaboo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:OFjAj.1049$Y33.571@trndny07...
    > jsut a tip
    >
    > wrap food that forms lots of suds ineither pastele paper --parchment or
    > large coffee filters such as used in large urns--almost 14 inches in
    > diameter
    >
    > work great in pressure cooker especially for beans
    > no foam


    Riiiiiight. Wrap my beans in a coffee filter. Uh huh.



  3. #3
    ilaboo Guest

    Default Re: pastele paper pressure cooker

    >
    > I just can't see wrapping beans in a filter.
    >


    think about placing them in a f very very fine cloth bag

    water/steam would be able to get inside and out--but when foam tried to get
    out it would get captured by the cloth
    works great--try it wshen pressure cooking beef in a pressure cooker--use
    the very large coffee filters --like 14 inches or more in diameter--leave
    everything very loose--i use staples to close the filter
    try it with parchment paper if filter paper makes you uncomfortable

    hth
    peter



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