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Old 11-30-2017, 04:32 AM   #141
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Using any 120-volt appliance outside is fine, as long as they are protected from direct rain. We usually set up a small table under the awning, near the exterior duplex outlet, so that we can make toast etc. outside, especially in the summer heat. Not sure if your Interstate has an exterior outlet like this, Delores?

You can also run a separate extension cord from the CG shore power pedestal to any location where you want to set up the Instant Pot, like on the site's picnic table, or inside a "cook's tent" if you use one.

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Old 11-30-2017, 06:58 AM   #142
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Thanks. We do have an outlet on the interstate. Havenít taken any camping trips yet, but gathering all of excellent supplies you all have been posting.
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Old 11-30-2017, 07:44 AM   #143
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We use the Delta Toaster on our propane stove. No need for an electric one, though I admit that toasting with this one will introduce heat inside the RV. (We bought ours via Amazon.) http://www.deltatoast.com/
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We got the 3 quart Instant Pot and just used it for the first time. Worked out great for all our meals. I also got the glass lid for non-pressure use. I'm assuming that I can use the inner pot on the propane stove when we're boondocking since it's stainless steel. Has anyone tried that?
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Old 12-01-2017, 12:17 PM   #145
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Hmmm...they didnít have the glass lid when I bought my 3 qt, but Iím going to get one.

I donít know why you couldnít use the stainless steel pot on the propane burners, tho donít know if a high flame might alter it some and therefore affect its performance as part of the IP.

I think Iíd be careful doing this, and perhaps continue to use traditional pots over burners.

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Old 12-01-2017, 01:39 PM   #146
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Ditto -- I doubt if the stainless pot is rated for a direct hot propane flame IMO. It may distort in shape and change color, not to mention probably void the warranty.

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Old 12-01-2017, 08:56 PM   #147
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We use the Delta Toaster on our propane stove. No need for an electric one, though I admit that toasting with this one will introduce heat inside the RV. (We bought ours via Amazon.) http://www.deltatoast.com/


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Old 12-02-2017, 04:46 AM   #148
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Old 12-05-2017, 11:57 AM   #149
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Chicken tortellini soup, prepared in my 3 qt IP...

1 thawed chicken breast, cooked in 1 qt chicken broth, removed and pulled apart with forks, returned to pot now on Sautť, with one package fresh cheese tortellini.

Cook til done, add a bit of salt and fresh black pepper, top with good Parmesan cheese....Voila!

You could add fresh spinach to this as well, for a balanced meal in a bowl.
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Old 12-05-2017, 01:16 PM   #150
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DW just did brisket, Costco size so she did half in the IP and half in the oven as an experiment. IP won hands down!
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Old 12-05-2017, 01:26 PM   #151
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I have done ribs in mine a couple of times, now, and really enjoy the lack of serious pre-planning needed to have a delicious meal in a short period of time.

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Old 12-06-2017, 03:19 PM   #152
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Chicken tortellini soup, prepared in my 3 qt IP...

1 thawed chicken breast, cooked in 1 qt chicken broth, removed and pulled apart with forks, returned to pot now on Sautť, with one package fresh cheese tortellini.

Cook til done, add a bit of salt and fresh black pepper, top with good Parmesan cheese....Voila!

You could add fresh spinach to this as well, for a balanced meal in a bowl.
Try adding some sweet Italian sausage, cut up, along with a can of diced tomatoes and some oregano....wow!
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Yum, that would be good.

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Maggie I have read that you can put frozen meat in the pot. Just takes longer to come to pressure.
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