Does the Instant Pot kill nutrients in your food? – CNET

Does the Instant Pot kill nutrients in your food?  CNET

As with any new product that makes life easier, the quick cooking times and easy meal preparation benefits that Instant Pot offers might seem too good to be true. Myths and speculation abound, including that pressure cooking causes cancer, exposes people to chemicals, and destroys the nutritional quality of food. Most of this speculation likely stems from the historically slow cooking times of some foods, such as pot roast, which pressure cookers, such as the popular Instant Pot, whip up in less time than it takes to do a load of laundry. But the truth is, the science isn’t conclusive. Scie…

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