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GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

K93004 - 6.5 Quart 8-in-1 Multi-Cooker Deluxe with Grill Griddle Plate  $99.98

 

Butter, Cream, Graphite, Oxford Blue, Red 

 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

I wonder if the yummy lasagna recipe is included.. would be good to get times and temp cooked. I wonder if the multicooker is free from PTFEs?? 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

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@58Meezer wrote:

I wonder if the yummy lasagna recipe is included.. would be good to get times and temp cooked. I wonder if the multicooker is free from PTFEs?? 

@58Meezer , Yes, the vendor announced the cooktop is free of unwanted unhealthy chemicals ( the text under the item says so also)- 

 

I am considering this. It is convenient, easy to clean, and I cook a LOT, which isn't changing in the near future... My slow cooker works fine but is very old, can't sauté, etc- 


 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

Even though the griddle looks small I bought this appliance. I have an adult son who likes to make different hash combinations. I think he'll enjoy using this. I'm looking forward to trying the steamer function for veggies.

One of the reviewers stated that the slow cooker function takes twice as long to cook the food. It probably does take longer, but I doubt it takes twice as long. I think some slow cookers cook to fast & hot now a days anyway. I've come home after being out for 8 hours and my slow cooker made the meal mushy & overcooked--even though the recipe stated that the meal would take 10 to 12 hours to cook.

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

I bought the Green Pan electic skillet from their last TSV so I will pass on this one. I have a slow cooker already which I use often and the electric skillet does the other things.

 

Trying to keep my kitchen appliances under control & clear the counters which is not an easy task these days. 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

I ordered the blue one. Can't wait to get it. 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024


@Infinite Mom 47 wrote:

I ordered the blue one. Can't wait to get it. 


tell me about your  nic- it's intriguing 


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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

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I ordered blue too!  I have an Instant Pot sitting around in the kitchen that was the worst investment ever. I never ever use it.  So that will go bye bye and this is the new toy!  
Years ago (10 yrs ago)I had what was probably the 1st multi-Cooker from Wolfgang Puck, and I did use that constantly.
I hate my glass stovetop- it's impossible to get it clean, so I will use this instead,  think!  

I like everything about it and not a bad price for all that it can do- Happy, easy cooking all! 

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024

I ordered the cream GreenPan....looking forward to it. Smiley Happy

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Re: GreenPan TSV - February 7, 2024


@Skyegirl21 wrote:

I ordered blue too!  I have an Instant Pot sitting around in the kitchen that was the worst investment ever. I never ever use it.  So that will go bye bye and this is the new toy!  
Years ago (10 yrs ago)I had what was probably the 1st multi-Cooker from Wolfgang Puck, and I did use that constantly.
I hate my glass stovetop- it's impossible to get it clean, so I will use this instead,  think!  

I like everything about it and not a bad price for all that it can do- Happy, easy cooking all! 


@Skyegirl21 

 

I use Scrub Daddy on my glass top, years ago I bought a block of Scrub daddy, it was a great concept, you slice off the size you need with a knife, not available now at least on the Q.  A normal scrub daddy would probably work the same.  

 

Dawn Power Scrub does a great job as well as plain old Windex.  If the burned on problem is too much I use a glass top cleaner like Wright's or that Barman's something or other.