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Product Overview

Achieve the versatility you need when preparing your meals. The Magic Chef Multi-cooker is a programmable 7-in-multi-cooker that combines the function of a slow cooker, pressure cooker, saute, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, and food warmer. Multi-cooker cooks food properly so that it doesn’t dry out and has better texture.

Cooking with pressure reduces cooking time by up to which saves time and energy. The Fish and Steam functions use a lower pressure, which avoids overcooking delicate foods. The inner pot is dishwasher safe for easier cleanup, too.

About Power Multi Cooker

Power Multi Cooker from Fusion Life Brands and sold by Tri-Star Products is a piece of cooking equipment that claims to be state of the art and do your thinking and cooking for you. They tout the Power Multi-Cooker is a slow cooking device that allows you to prep dinners in one minute, push one button, and cook an entire meal in one pot.

Tefal Cook4me intelligent multicooker Review

November 1 2015Being both working parents of two young children, one in school the other a nursery as well as having very little support network can have its struggles, mainly around drop off and pick up form their respectively places of education. Another factor though is by the time you have finished work, co-ordinated pick ups, its leaves very little time at home to cook tea, bath time, story time and finally bed without it getting too late. Fortunately we were given the chance to at least try and counter meal times with a review of the Tefal Cook4me.

Mid-Range Multi-Cookers

Mid-range multi-cookers tend to be of high quality but with fewer bells and whistles than the priciest models. You can find respected name brands in this price range, even if it’s a larger six- or eight-quart unit you seek. A multi-cooker in this price range should cost between $90 and $150.