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Re: Quickest way to cool down Pressure Cooker? [Re: Generic0] * 1
    #1782055 - 08/05/03 04:29 PM (18 years, 4 months ago)

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Generic0 said:
just take the lid off when the time is up dont bother depreshurazing it.




Go right ahead I you don't mind getting you head taken off.

Even if you were joking, some newb out there might not have known it and could hurt themselves badly trying to do what you described. Be carefull with the advice you give. People take that shit seriously.


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Re: Quickest way to cool down Pressure Cooker? [Re: Seuss]
    #1782190 - 08/05/03 05:08 PM (18 years, 4 months ago)

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Seuss said:
> take the entire cooker to the sink and run cold water over it.

This is a great way to earn a trip to the store to buy a new pressure cooker. (In other words, don't do this or you will ruin your cooker!)

Just remove the cooker from the stove and go smoke a J while you wait. Quickly cooling a cooker is a good way to ruin it, and crack your jars as well.




Umm, no, you're wrong. This is actually a standard way to stop the cooking or to allow one to open up the PC. And that kind of slow cooling won't crack your jars. Pressure cookers are built to do this.

About ten seconds under water will reduce the pressure -- you can hear the air getting sucked back in.


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Re: Quickest way to cool down Pressure Cooker? [Re: Ekstaza]
    #1782195 - 08/05/03 05:09 PM (18 years, 4 months ago)

amen brother.

*click*

too many threads about how to kill yourself using a pressure cooker tonight. read the damn pc instructions. this is serious shit. no corner-cutting, full stop.

if you cannot find the instructions and do not know how it works, do not just wing it and try anyway. a pc in the wrong hands is a suicide bomb, and the shroomery does not help people to blow themselves up. for that, go to www.harikiri_pc.com
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edit: i was advised that this may also help:

" Never run cold water over a canner to cool it. In addition,
excessively rapid cooling may cause jars in the canner to crack
or explode as the pressure in the canner drops more rapidly
than the pressure in the jars.

[ More commonly this produces a serious seepage problem as the jars with
high intermnal pressure are no longer restrained by an equal or greater
pressure in the pot. Seepage means a seal that is compromised - depending
on what is canned it can be a quite serious problem. Seepage means food is
present in the lid gum-to jar lips junction. Seal failure will occur
eventually and you know what that means --ED]

- When the pressure has dropped to zero, wait another 1 minute before
opening the canner. On some models the pressure drop will be
visible when the overpressure plug drops back into the lid, the
rubber plug is no longer bulged, or the dial gauge will read zero.
Smaller canners will take at least 30 minutes to cool, larger ones
may take over an hour.

...............

now *click* again, dammit
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Edited by shirley knott (08/05/03 05:39 PM)


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