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Crock-Pot SCV700SS 7-Quart Oval Manual Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel
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- 7-quart round stoneware
- High, low and warm settings are perfect for making chilis, stews, sauces and more
- Perfect for nine or more people or a seven pound roast
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware and lid
- Measures approximately 14.8 by 9.8 by 14.0 inches
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|Dimensions||14 inches x 14.8 inches x 9.8 inches||15 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches||15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches||9.9 inches x 11.7 inches x 17.6 inches|
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Size: 7 Quart | Color: Silver
Top Customer Reviews
1) Yes, it's a slow cooker and the base is stainless steel, it conducts heat and does get hot but no hotter than any other stainless steel based slow cooker I've ever owned. It even warns you in the instruction booklet it will get hot and not to touch it while on and to use the handles if you need to move it.
2)I'm not sure what kind or type of slow cookers the complainers have had in the past but yes, there is SIMMERING which is normal for the low setting. If it were boiling it would be running out of the cooker down the sides, and this is not the case.
3) If it is burning your food you definitely need a cookbook or read the tips, instructions and recipes in the instruction booklet. You definitely need to add more liquid as it suggests. I have been slow cooking for years and have never burned anything in any slow cooker, this one included.
This crock pot is basic and does a great job as well as being a fantastic bargain. I don't get the complaints because the crock pot is acting like a normal crock pot should!
The lid is treated glass so, you can see the food cooking without lifting the lid. The lid handle stays cool during the cooking, so you won't burn your fingers if you touch it. The ceramic cooker is sturdy and alittle heavy. It can become slippery when wet, so be careful while washing it in the sink. Also be careful because the handles on the cooker and the metal base can become very hot during cooking. So keep potholders nearby.
The cooker can accomodate a 3.5-4 pound whole chicken and 4 pound roasts. It's oval shape enables these foods to fit well. It comes with a small instruction manual that includes some recipes.
So far, I've cooked whole grain cereal (barley and cracked wheat), stews, whole chickens, corned-beef, and turkey legs. They've turned out good. However, since I'm new to slow-cooking, the first attempts were abit off because I cooked the food too long. But now, I'm better with the timing so the food is better.
Just a side note, if you like eating whole grain cereals, the slow cooker is terrific. You don't need to stand over a stove stirring the pot and worrying it will boil over. This cooking method allows the grains to fully absorb the water, which makes for a creamier end result. Plus, you can toss the grains and water into the cooker at bedtime and it's done in time for your breakfast.
I do have a two very minor complaints:
1. The packaging. The cooker is packaged in a way that you have to slide it out of the box. If you aren't careful, you could drop the ceramic cooker or the glass lid.
2. The handle to the lid was alittle loose, and could be made tighter with 1 turn. But that might not be a design flaw, but a way to compensate for the expansion of the glass during the cooking process. So, don't mess with it, imo.
Otherwise this is a great product.
I am a chemical engineer and work in a lab, and I'm qualified to do such testing myself. This model leaches dangerously high levels of lead into your food. BEWARE ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR FEEDING CHILDREN
PLEASE be careful when shopping for crock pots, clay, ceramic or anything glazed. Lead poisoning happens over a long period of time. It builds in your tissues over time.
In case you're interested:
3.85L of 0.7M acetic acid was heated at 30 degrees C, roughly 86 F, for 24 hours. The absorbance of the solution was read using a highly sophisticated atomic absorption spectrometer. Absorbances of the treatment solution and a blank 0.7M acetic acid control were compared on a calibration curve. Complete protocol available through FDA.gov.
Solution contained 2.71ppm Pb, almost 3 times what is allowed by the FDA. My crock pot has a new home in the trash.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love love love it! So huge! I use it at least once a week. Super easy to use and to clean. I've even put the bowl right into my dishwasher.Published 1 day ago by Brittany
Nice crock pot. I like that it's smaller and takes up less space. Works well, no problems with it this far.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Now who doesn't love a crock pot. Love the ez programming features. This is my first. Like this so much better than frying.Published 7 days ago by Martin