Anyone experimented with pressure cooking jerusalem artichokes to reduce the flatulence factore (inulin)?


As far as I can tell, cooking jerusalem artichokes in a pressure cooker won't help much if the cooking liquid is not acidic.

Inulin's chemical stability will decrease by heating in an acidic environment where pH <= 4. Simply cooking the jerusalem artichokes in an acidic liquid will help reducing the flatulence caused by inulin.

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  • Thank you. That bit of information is very helpful. I appreciate your time. – Chef_named_sous Oct 17 '19 at 14:17

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