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If you don't put enough ingredients it will burn around the edges, what i do is put plenty of stuff in (it needs to be 3 quarters full) and then end up freezing the extra portions. There's 4 of us and we do get an extra 4 portions. If I'm cooking less food i use my 3.5 litre slow cooker. ;-) I do bulk it up with extra potatoes to fill it up though. Hope this helps x
17 Jan 2014 by Tracy
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Yes instructions confirm "The Glass Lid and Cooking Pot are dishwasher safe." In fact the non stick pot is SO non-stick that it only take a minute to hand wash. Lid also v easy to clean. Both quite large for the dishwasher and lid possibly a bit fragile despite instructions. Because of the nature of the slow cooker, food does not get burnt on at all, it just slides off. Very pleased with my cooker.
5 Jan 2014 by A. Connors
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No. In the instruction book it says `The Cooking Pot is compatible with most hobs, except induction `.
12 Jan 2014 by m
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Well I haven't tried that yet but it seems pretty tough !! I've used a scouring pad on mine with no problems !! Hope this helps !!
28 Dec 2014 by nanapam
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No the instructions say that it cannot be used on an induction hob.Hope this helps.
2 days ago by Amazon Customer
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Yes unfortunately this is correct !! I wasn't aware of this when I bought mine and I have a halogen hob !! However I am still pleased with this slow cooker as it cooks quite quickly and the metal inner container is easier to lift n handle! Hope this answers your question !!
18 Nov 2014 by nanapam
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Don't think so but there isn't a lot to go wrong. It's absolutely brilliant and so much lighter than the traditional ceramic ones. Very versatile too, using it on the stove is a huge advantage. Go for it!
2 Jan 2014 by Mrs K.
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You don't actually 'set' the cooking time it will just continue to cook until you switch it off. However, by adjusting the level of heat you can adapt the cooking time to your particular needs e.g. if a particular recipe advises cooking on high for 4-5 hours and you are going to be out all day you can set on a lower heat setting. After switching the machine off, it does stay hot for a long time. Hope this helps
24 Feb 2014 by Mrs. J.
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As far as I know YES you can and if you go onto the internet and look it up you will find a recipe for this dish, I hope this will help you
1 day ago by Brendan Marcantonio
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I would have thought so. The slow cook book by heather Whitney has some broth recipes in it so I can't see why not although I've never tried a bone broth recipe.
27 Nov 2014 by birky55
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