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Haven't yet experienced the joy of an Instant Pot? It's time. The coveted countertop wonder in a hefty 8-quart size is on sale today over at Walmart for the same price it was on Black Friday. That's Black Friday 2020!
This incredible deal saves you $20, so you can finally give the nine-in-one appliance a spin and see what all the buzz is about.
The iconic Instant Pot functions as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté pan, yogurt maker, warmer and more. It’s the same one that cooks up to three times faster than standalone appliances, but with a larger size for hungrier people.
"How did we ever cook before Instant Pot?!" asked one ebullient shopper. "I am thrilled with this.... It is a newer version, and some of the functionality is better. The new pressure seal and release are much better. I am addicted and obsessed with Instant Pot and can't imagine how I lived without it."
The easy-to-operate digital control panel lets you choose methods with the touch of a button, whether you want to make stew, chili, a roasted chicken, baked potatoes—this thing does it all.
And of course, with any Instant Pot you have access to more than 1,000 recipes by downloading a free smartphone app or just asking Alexa. Not only will your meals cook flawlessly in a record time, but your dinner menu will expand beyond what you thought you were capable of.
"Love it," beamed another happy customer. "After seeing friends use and rave about the Instant Pot, I decided to give one to my daughter for her birthday. Her oldest daughter has one and finds it a life-saver in her household with a newborn baby. I couldn't be more impressed as to the number of wonderful things it will do."
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