It has a hole in the lid So how does it cook right with the hole for the probe in the lid? I thought it needs a seal to form to cook properly? Anyone?
asked by Howard Koble on November 27, 2010
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If nothing else, the hole allows steam to vent off... if it didn't, this would be a PRESSURE cooker not a SLOW cooker.
george mcfarlane answered on February 21, 2013
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