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comment Canning in a Pressure Cooker
The pressure cooker cooks just fine at medium low on the stove and requires only 2-3 inches of water, none of which boils off or gets nasty. Boiling water canners have tons of water evaporate. (Also, I didn't say I'm cooking fruit, I'm doing tomato sauce, which requires a lengthy stay in the water).
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+1 In this domain at least, real cooking questions have real cooking answers.
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comment Achieving perfection via manual drip-brew coffee method
I accepted this answer because it's objectively awesome. But I've got one last question you might be able to edit into the answer. Can the last 10-20 seconds of drainage spoil the cup, should I remove the filter after I'm done pouring water - or let everything go into the cup?
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comment Achieving perfection via manual drip-brew coffee method
@mgb, 2 reasons, 1. It's really cheap (got a melitta travler for 8 bucks) 2. Very little cleanup - so I can make it quietly every morning. Also, I remember Alton Brown on Good Eats saying and demonstrating this to be the best possible way to make a cup of coffee.
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comment Achieving perfection via manual drip-brew coffee method
I don't understand step 11, why do you need 2 tea kettles? Personally, I have a problem with my kettle I use on the stove, I can't pour it very evenly, so I usually just drip it down the side - but I've heard this is no good because it cools the water down too much.