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    • Kathy Hester says

      You click the pressure cook or manual button and set the time for zero minutes by using the buttons. The fact is that it is heating up right until the time that it comes up to pressure, then it starts counting down.

  1. Herb says

    What is a “family size tea bag”? Where can they be bought? What is the equivalent number of regular tea bags? Thank You

  2. Charlie Wilson says

    I agree with you about finding well brewed tea at a restaurant. I have three restaurants where I eat that I think have good tea and I will always order tea from those places. If I order tea at any other place I know I am just taking a chance. My mother made sweetened tea when I was growing up, but it was way too sweet and to this day I will not order sweet tea anywhere. I buy unsweetened tea and then add my own sweeteners. So I do drink sweet tea, but I do my own sweetening. I am watching your IP tea video. Never even considered this.

  3. Eve Nichols says

    Kathy, although I do not have an Instant Pot, I do have a pressure cooker that I dearly love, so I totally enjoyed this video. It put me in remembrance of an idea I had a long time ago. Like you, I too, love a good tea. My grandmother made the BEST lemon merang pie and years ago, I thought wouldn’t it be great if I could make a “tea” pie. So I’m sharing this idea with you, you recipe-creater, you. Should this idea pique your interest, I’ll look forward to what you create. Maybe even some kind of a lemony, creamy topping or bottom might be a nice touch…. but for those of us who just love the tea flavor, well, I’m listening. 😁
    P.S. I’m a plant-based eater and I Love your Easy Vegan ciikbook!

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