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What is the Effect of Pressure Cooking on Nutrition?

By EatingWell Editors

We consulted an expert to find out more about the pros and cons of pressure cooking and nutrition.


READER'S COMMENT:
"This is helpful -- thank you. I think another benefit of pressure cooking is that I am more likely to cook lentils, for example, from dry beans rather than buy them canned. My hunch is that pressure cooked lentils at home are probably...
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This is helpful -- thank you. I think another benefit of pressure cooking is that I am more likely to cook lentils, for example, from dry beans rather than buy them canned. My hunch is that pressure cooked lentils at home are probably better nutritionally than lentils from a can that may be contaminated by the plastic coating on the inside of the can (if there is one).

Anonymous

04/23/2010 - 5:09pm



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