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Chef Crystal Wahpepah’s kitchen serves up seasonal and sustainable Native American foods that reclaim

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Woman sues Kraft claiming Velveeta Shells & Cheese took too long to make

A South Florida woman is suing Kraft Heinz claiming the food manufacturer hoodwinked her and other consumers by saying its Velveeta Shells and Cheese product only takes 3 1/2 minutes to be ready to eat.

The proposed class-action lawsuit, filed in the US District Court in Miami, concerns Kraft’s microwavable single serve cups of macaroni and cheese.

The packaging claims the dish is “ready in 3 ½ minutes.” But Amanda Ramirez, the lead plaintiff, called the statement “false and misleading” and argued that the total prep time was longer.

Package directions indicate there are four steps to prepare the product. They include removing the cup’s lid and opening the cheese sauce pouch, adding water to the cup and stirring it, microwaving the cup and finally stirring the contents of the cheese pouch.

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Ramirez points out that the 3 ½ minutes advertised on the product only accounts for one of multiple steps. “Consumers seeing ‘ready in 3 ½ minutes’ will believe it represents the total amount of time it takes to prepare the product, meaning from the moment it is unopened to the moment it is ready for consumption,” the complaint reads.

The claim would be accurate if it indicated that it takes 3 ½ minutes to cook the cheesy pasta shells in the microwave, the lawsuit states.

The suit, filed this month by William Wright of the Wright Law Office in West Palm Beach and Spencer Sheehan of Sheehan & Associates

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How to Use an Instant Pot as a Slow Cooker

Discover how to use an Instant Pot as a slow cooker, including the required liquid levels, the temperature conversions, and any extra equipment you need.

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Yes, you can use your multicooker as a pressure cooker, but our Test Kitchen says it’s not as easy as just hitting the “Slow Cook” button. Just as “Crockpot” is an appliance brand that’s so ubiquitous it’s essentially become a synonym of “slow cooker,” “Instant Pot” is a brand that initially rose to fame due to their multicooker products that include a pressure cooker function. So if you’re wondering how to use an Instant Pot as a slow cooker—and are unsure if you can do so—the answer is a firm “yes!” Slow cooking is actually one of the cooking functions that the moniker “multi” refers to.

That being said, there are some things you need to know to properly master how to use an Instant Pot as a slow cooker. So we tapped our Test Kitchen to share their complete guide for how to convert or adapt slow cooker recipes so you can whip them up in your multicooker, the one piece of gear that will make it easier, and how much liquid is essential to ace any recipe.

How to Use an Instant Pot as a Slow Cooker

A slow cooker is a countertop appliance that simmers ingredients in a pot at a low temperature for an extended period of time. While they come in handy for everything from party dips and

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