Using pressure cookers for your everyday cooking is the best way to cook food in a faster manner while also retaining nutrients and saving energy. But if you are a rice eater and want to remove starch from rice, what would you do? You would use a diet cooker or a stainless steel pressure cooker that comes with the option of removing all starch from rice!
Starch is made of glucose and is a carbohydrate. Thought it is an intrinsic part of a person’s diet, if you use it too much, it can lead to weight gain. If you are diabetic, you better stay away from starchy rice. The best way to do so is to use an Ultra diet cooker which comes with a starch remover. How convenient, isn’t? And healthy, of course.
If you use a traditional pot for cooking rice, which is not very convenient for modern times, owing to the lack of time, there was one advantage. Starch would be taken out as rice would boil. However, in a typical stainless steel pressure cooker, the starch is not removed.
How does a diet cooker work?
In such a scenario, what do you opt for? Presenting a diet cooker which brings you the best of both methods. These diet pressure cookers come with a starch remover with perforations at the bottom. All you need to do is use rice, pour water and wait for the whistle. Once the cooker cools down, you can remove the starch remover containing rice and notice that all the starch has trickled down to the bottom of the cooker. This is a traditional method that incorporates the modern concept of quick pressure cooking. What’s more, the starch remover or utensil comes with a neat handle lending it a basket-like appearance, so it is easy to hold it and take off from the cooker.
The stainless steel pressure cooker also comes with a high-impact bonded base so cooking is super fast and uniform. The base ensures that food doesn’t get stuck to it or get burnt.
Cut down those calories!
By using a diet cooker, you can effortlessly do away with at least 30 calories for every meal. Isn’t that a huge step towards a healthy diet and weight loss programme? Regular pressure-cooked rice is high on calories as all the starch gets re-absorbed into your cooked rice.
The other aspects you need to consider about pressure cookers include the material that the cooker’s body is made of, and the safety valve. Also find out about the finish of the diet cooker, both inside and outside (a mirror finish on the outside and a coating of satin inside), the material that handles are made of etc, so that you bring home a diet cooker that is perfect in every way.
Find out about the warranty and its validity as well. Ensure that you follow the method of cooking mentioned in the instructional manual and follow up with regular maintenance.
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By: Gaurav Nikalje
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