Assuming that you are talking about a tempered glass bowl that is marketed as microwave, dishwasher and oven safe, there should be no problem in the pressure cooker. For glass vessels, the most critical uses are rapid temperature changes and uneven heating, the surrounding pressure isn’t an issue.
I recommend the following safety measures:
Before every ...
Is it safe to take a chilled pot from the refrigerator to a full open flame? Is it safe to take a pot that has been on a full open flame (for an hour or so) to the bottom of the sink (risking a little cool water splash)?
I just want to make sure I can treat a borosilicate pot the same way I might a regular pot or pan.
The answers to all ...
I would be thinking about the worst case failure mode, however unlikely. The pot shatters, the contents are no longer supported by the sides of the pot.
Could that result in the cook being seriously burned? If it's food that is liquid, such as soup, the answer is yes. If it's basically solid, no.
If the pot is in an oven or microwave, that provides some ...
Chemex coffee pots are made of borosilicate glass, and the Chemex web site explicitly says that you can use a low gas flame to keep the coffee warm. But I would worry about drastic temperature changes like putting a hot pot under running water.
I specifically would like to know if anyone has used a (verified)
borosilicate glass pot on a gas burner stove top
I have used borosilicate glass vessels on a number of different heat sources, both in laboratory circumstances and on a standard home gas stove.
and if it is safe for regular use, and by "regular use" I would