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All the pressure cookers I have ever used all have had a rubber stopper. . .

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Posted to Thread #29942 at 4:48 pm on Nov 2, 2017

to blow out excess pressure should the need be; blows straight up (of course don't be looking at it from over the top when it does).

I thing the think is, ANY pressure cooker, instant pot or old school, is a tool that needs to be watched; ya don't just set it and leave, it is not a crock pot!

And if the new instant pots say that you CAN set it, let it pressurize and leave, well, I would be leery of this. There are a lot of people out there that Murphy's Law was especially written for.

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