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Old 12-16-2018, 03:15 PM   #21
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We use a 5 qt at home and have a 3qt in the AS....we typically make larger portions for the 2 of us at home. The 3qt is fine for the road and takes less space.
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Old 12-16-2018, 03:46 PM   #22
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I use both 6 qt and 3 qt at home, 3 qt in the Interstate. Most recipes are written with the 6 qt in mind but it's not hard to adjust when needed.
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Anyone try the Ninja Foodi?
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Old 12-17-2018, 05:52 AM   #24
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Thanks, everyone, for all the good comments ... and the "flowers" advisory.

Since it is just the two of us, and smaller portions are part of the 2019 game plan, I went with the three-quart model.

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Old 12-17-2018, 06:10 AM   #25
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Anyone try the Ninja Foodi?
yea; my sister in law...said it was "Ninjunk"....I have not purchased, but the Instapot is pretty bullet proof and sales on Amazon and on line are usually pretty good...plus lots of Instapot cooking websites and cookbooks...
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:28 PM   #26
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Will you be running the pot on an inverter? If so, check the power ratings on the inverter and on the pot.

We run a 6QT at home mostly and a 3QT in the trailer.

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Bob,

Do you have the stock 1000w inverter? I've been looking for someone with first-hand experience running the 3q off 1000w.

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Do you have the stock 1000w inverter? I've been looking for someone with first-hand experience running the 3q off 1000w.

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I did have the stock inverter and the 3qt ran fine. I now have a larger inverter as well as a much larger battery setup.

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I did have the stock inverter and the 3qt ran fine. I now have a larger inverter as well as a much larger battery setup.



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yea; my sister in law...said it was "Ninjunk"....I have not purchased, but the Instapot is pretty bullet proof and sales on Amazon and on line are usually pretty good...plus lots of Instapot cooking websites and cookbooks...
Just to be clear, I did not purchase a Ninja; I do have Instapots; 3 qt in the AS and 5 qt at home. Love this unit....many cookbooks to select from also for Instapot.
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we have the 6 qt

good enough for the two of us
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