Which 8 quart pressure cooker do you prefer?
Do you prefer the elite 8 quart pressure cooker or the Wolfgang Puck 8 quart pressure cooker? Does one make roast more tender than the other? Seems like in the demo Wolfgang’s roast falls apart and the elite has to be cut. I would like to hear your experiences with both. Thank you
I wish that the PSI would be listed in the product specifications or details. Cooking time is also determined by the psi of the unit. Higher psi leads to shortened cooking times.
I have the Elite and I love pressure cooking. The issue is the coating in the pot that you cook the food is flaking off so I have not used it for the past 2 months. I hear that is an issue with Elite. Does anyone know how I can get it replaced? I have had the cooker for 8 months.
I HAVE WOLFS APPLIANCES THEY SERVE ME WELL AND I LOVE THE FACT YOU CAN PURCHASE THE STAINLESS STEEL POT WITH THE LAST TODAYS SPECIAL :heart:
Thank you for all of the informative answers. Each cooker had some bad reviews that were concerning me. I’m very glad to hear that either one will be good. You’ve been very helpful.
I prefer the Wolfgang 8 quart pressure cooker. Even though I have yet to purchase a pressure cooker, I will be buying Wolfgang Puck’s cooker.
I can’t say that one is better than the other as I only have the WP. What I can tell you is that I really use mine and like it.
The main difference I think is that one has a manual timer and the other has preset times/functions.
Maybe someone who has both will comment.
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06.23.16 12:50 AM