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Have You Considered Purchasing an Instant Pot on This Not Particularly Meaningful Day?

Because the totally random 48-hour window between July 15 and July 17 is the perfect time for a hot, simmering stew made in a slow cooker, don’t you think?

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It’s just that time of year, don’t you think? The sun comes out, the weather turns warm, and suddenly a hot, simmering stew feels like just the thing. The most recommended — only? — way to make one is in a device called the Instant Pot, an underrated, lesser-known kitchen gadget that cooks, steams, bakes, fries, pasteurizes, pays your taxes, and performs root canals.

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