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Do you have an Instant Pot hiding in your cabinet? Want to learn how to use it? Sign up for Instant Pot School, for free, so you can put that time-saver to work!
Do you have an Instant Pot hiding in your cabinet? If you're like many people, you bought one because everyone was raving about this kitchen appliance, but then perhaps you were a bit scared to use it, or just got busy and you've used it once or twice, but don't use it regularly.
Instant Pots (or other electric pressure cookers, no matter the brand) are awesome time-savers, and can help you get dinner on the table, and even help with meal prep, so when I found out my friend Tiffany, from Eat at Home, has a free mini-course, called Instant Pot School, that will help you learn how to use it, I wanted to share it with you.
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Want to learn more first? If so, I've got all the details below, because I already subscribed to the course myself, and watched it, before I decided to tell you about it.
Instant Pot School is a four part video course that covers these topics:
When you register for Instant Pot School (it's FREE!), you'll get:
Cooking dinner for your family can take a lot of time and energy, and the Instant Pot can make home cooked dinners easier to get on the table.
But only if you know how to use this kitchen appliance properly, safely, and put it to its best use. That's exactly what Instant Pot School teaches you to do.
After just the first lesson you'll be able to cook something, and can quickly progress from there! I hope you'll join!
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