Slow Cookers Are Our Game
Using a slow cooker softens/tenderizes tough and hard foods (elk, chicken,
deer, bear, and more.) that are very difficult to cook. The reason is the
low heat helps soften the fibers of the meat. The natural collagen melts,
creating tender and savory food full of nutrition and gelatin. Other food
like dried beans and lentils also benefit from a long cooking time on
Throughout our slow cooking site, you'll find several links to slow cooker reviews-for those who want just the
best-slow cooker tips, recipes and more.
As you're probably well aware, all kitchen cookware isn't created equal. It doesn't matter if you want a gourmet slow cooker
or a "cheap" slow cooker, you should still get value for your money.
And of course, what good is a slow cooker if you can't use it right? We are working to provide the best information in the slow cooking
universe. From programmable Crock Pots to traditional oval slow cookers, we have the info you want.
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