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What's the best Instant Pot cookbook? 'Butter chicken lady's' Indian guide

I'm assuming you already have an Instant Pot, or why else would you be reading this? As I've written about before, it's an immensely useful device, worthy of your precious kitchen counter space. But you already knew that. What you want to know, and what you've badgered me about incessantly for months, is the best Instant Pot cookbook.

Until the device was first introduced to the public in 2010, there wasn't such a thing as an Instant Pot cookbook. Pressure cooker cookbooks existed, and considering the device is primarily an electric pressure cooker, that was a pretty good start. But none explored the other functions of the device, including slow cooking, sauteing, rice cooking, yogurt-making and, lest we forget, keeping things warm. Honestly, until recently, you were better served online, where you could browse through Facebook groups and dedicated Instant Pot blogs.

Starting in the fall, that all changed,

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