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BAMEIBOO Posts: 658
5/5/13 6:56 P

Back to profess my love for the Ninja! I use in at least twice a week but often much more. I've made big bathes of pinto beans,great northern beans, a large pork shoulder that was a basic recipe ready to become BBQ or shredded tacos, meatball stew and tonight I simply reheated a frozen leftover meal and now have it on the keep warm buffet feature. Check out my blogs you'll see tons of meals I've made!

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,182
1/16/13 10:20 A

I have never heard of this....where did you get it and what did it cost?.....price is a big issue with me and also how big is it? I have a nice microwave, but it takes up a lot of counter space

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1/10/13 10:03 A

I am always hesitant to get new cooking systems. I am still way too conventional for this kind of thing.

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1/6/13 7:58 P

Hmm, I have never heard of this, but I will have to look into it!

BAMEIBOO Posts: 658
1/3/13 3:40 P

I bought myself the Ninja 3 in 1 cooker before Christmas and have used it to cook nearly every meal since! For cakes it uses half the fat in you recipe!! It steam bakes making gluten free cakes moist for days. I made a red velvet for Christmas. I also steam roasted the prime beef and spiral ham. Made ham and beans over rice in it. But here's the best thing layered meals. Grain on the bottom of the pot, place meat on the little rack over the grain and top with veggies. Steam cook chicken, fish even from frozen with no added fat! No oil, no butter, just add water or broth to the pot! And in less than 30 minutes! I can't say enough about this machine. It slow cook but you sear the meat right in it then add your other ingredients. Spaghetti and meatsauce- brown the meat, add one jar of spaghetti sauce 1 pound pasta-even gluten beef and 4 cups of water in 25 minutes it's perfectly cooked and one pot to wash! It was so creamy, my hubby said he liked it better than regular cooking and he doesn't like spaghetti. Please share your ideas for cooking with this amazing appliance! Check out my photo's of the dishes I've made over on my spark page!

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