Monday, September 20, 2010

Thermal Cooker

Just 10 minutes on the stove, leave for work or play and return home to a delicious meal. Thermal cooker saves energy costs and preparation time. Simply place the ingredients in the inner pot, cover lid and bring to a boil on your stove (approx. 10 minutes). When brought to a boil, remove from stove and place in outer thermal pot. Thermal technology creates a convection effect by using the steam produced inside to circulate and continue cooking for up to 30 minutes and warms for up to 8 hours. Food is cooked in its own moisture and steam, so nutrients are preserved. Compared to a pressure cooker, thermal cooker is 30% more energy efficient.

Features and Functions:

# 6 liters capacity
# Portable
# Non-electric
# Energy efficient
# Stainless steel inner and outer pot
# Continues to cook for 10 ~ 30 minutes after heating
# Keeps cold or warm for up to 8 hours


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