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Slow & steady

Slow cookers are available in a range of shapes and sizes and come with a variety of features. The first step when using your slow cooker is to read the manufacturer’s instructions, as each cooker will differ depending on its features. They will also outline appropriate safety measures, such as not leaving the appliance unattended at any time. Some cookers heat from the base and side, while

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