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My Beans are on to BOIL! Red Kidney, Garbanzos, Black Eyed Peas and Black Beans
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John Kuthe
2021-10-12 15:44:33 UTC
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4+ lbs!

In a 32qt aluminum Pressure Cooker pot I've used to make LOTS of stuff over the years!

And I've got all my ingredients ready too! :-)

John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
John Kuthe
2021-10-12 16:37:24 UTC
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4+ lbs!
In a 32qt aluminum Pressure Cooker pot I've used to make LOTS of stuff over the years!
And I've got all my ingredients ready too! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
And my Sweet and Hot Beans are FINI! 11:30PMish!

Now:LUNCH! :-)

Noonish!


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Gary
2021-10-13 12:27:54 UTC
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4+ lbs!
In a 32qt aluminum Pressure Cooker pot I've used to make LOTS of stuff over the years!
Nope! That's not true at all.
That's an 8 gallon pot. You're too wobbly to even handle that size when
it's empty much less filled with water and beans.

Only Sheldon here uses the large Navy surplus giant cookware.

Even commercial KFC (long ago) only used 12qt or less pots.
6 of those at a time for a full batch cook. 18 chicken pieces per pot.

Nobody could manhandle an 8 gallon filled pot. If you insist, send a pic
of your pressure cooker.
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-13 13:42:18 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
4+ lbs!
In a 32qt aluminum Pressure Cooker pot I've used to make LOTS of stuff over the years!
Nope! That's not true at all.
That's an 8 gallon pot. You're too wobbly to even handle that size when
it's empty much less filled with water and beans.
Only Sheldon here uses the large Navy surplus giant cookware.
Even commercial KFC (long ago) only used 12qt or less pots.
6 of those at a time for a full batch cook. 18 chicken pieces per pot.
Nobody could manhandle an 8 gallon filled pot. If you insist, send a pic
of your pressure cooker.
People who use large cook pots use ladles.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-13 14:19:40 UTC
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4+ lbs!
In a 32qt aluminum Pressure Cooker pot I've used to make LOTS of stuff over the years!
And I've got all my ingredients ready too! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
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