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ENGLISHCONTENTSImportant Safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Fagor RAPIDA Pressure Cooker line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Components and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Cooking with the Fagor RAPIDA Pressure Cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Before first useAdding Food and LiquidClosing the lid & cookingReleasing Pressure After CookingCare and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Cleaning the operating valveBasic instructions for cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Fresh and frozen vegetablesFresh and dried fruitsDried beans and other legumesGrainsMeat Seafood and fishAdapting Traditional Recipes to use in the pressure cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Home Canning With your Pressure Cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Home Canning SafeguardPressure Cooking Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25Home Canning Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32Español . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35Français . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 932

ENGLISHThis is a U.L.-listed appliance. The following safeguards are recommended by mostportable appliance manufacturers.IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDSWhen using pressure cookers, basic safety precautions should always befollowed:1. Read all instructions.2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.3. Close supervision is necessary when the pressure cooker is used nearchildren.4. Do not place the pressure cooker in a heated oven.5. Extreme caution must be used when moving a pressure cooker containinghot liquids.6. Do not use pressure cooker for other than intended use.7. This appliance cooks under pressure. Improper use may result in scaldinginjury. Make certain unit is properly closed before operating. See the"Closing the Lid and Cooking" section in this manual.8. Do not fill the unit over two thirds full. When cooking foods that expandduring cooking such as rice or dried vegetables, do not fill the unit overone half full. Over filling may cause a risk of clogging the vent pipe anddeveloping excess pressure. See the "Basic instructions for cooking"section in this manual.9. Be aware that certain foods, such as applesauce, cranberries, pearlbarley, oatmeal or other cereals, split peas, noodles, macaroni, rhubarb,or spaghetti can foam, froth, and sputter, and clog the pressures releasedevice (steam vent). These foods should not be cooked in a pressurecooker.10. Always check the pressure release devices for clogging before use.11. Do not open the pressure cooker until the unit has cooled and all internalpressure has been released. If the handles are difficult to push apart,this indicates that the cooker is still pressurized - do not force it open.Remove the pressure regulator an run cold water over the cooker to coolit to reduce the internal pressure. Any pressure in the cooker can behazardous. See the "Releasing Pressure After Cooking" section in thismanual.12. Do not use this pressure cooker for pressure frying with oil.13. When the normal operating pressure is reached, turn the heat down soall the liquid, which creates the steam, does not evaporate.14.SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.3

ENGLISHManufacturer’s RecommendationsTo fully enjoy your new Fagor pressure cooker, please read carefully these recommendationsbefore you start using your pressure cooker, and follow them accordingly:1. Please make sure children do not have access to or reach the pressure cooker whilecooking.2. Never use the pressure cooker with a worn or torn gasket. Inspect the gasket beforeevery use to make sure it is pliable and does not have any cracks or tears. If you needto replace it, see the Care and Cleaning section of this manual for instructions.3. To reduce the risk of burns or spills, the lid and pot handle should be positioned sothat it is turned inward towards the back of the stove, and does not extend overadjacent surface units or overhang over the edge of the stove top.4. While cooking with the Fagor pressure cooker, please make sure the safety ventpoints towards the back of the stove and away from you. This will reduce the risk ofburns in the event the safety vent is triggered to release excess pressure.5. It is very important that the pressure cooker is not filled over two thirds of its capacitywith food and liquid. If you’re cooking grains or foods that expand during cooking, donot fill the cooker more than half full. Too much steam might be produced if the unitis too full with food and liquid.6. Before cooking make sure that the gasket is in good condition and in place, and thatthe operating valve is free of food particles that could clog it up. See the instructionsfound in this manual for more detailed instructions.7. Make sure the pressure cooker has been properly closed before cooking. The handlesshould be aligned and the lid should glide easily back and forth. If the lid is not closedand locked securely in place, the pressure cooker will not build pressure.8. After releasing the pressure from the pressure cooker, open the lid towards the backof your stove since there may be some steam still inside the cooker.9. Caution: do not use the pressure cooker on an outdoor LP gas burner or commercialranges. This pressure cooker is for household use ONLY.10. Pressure cookers are not to be used for medical purposes, such as sterilizers, aspressure cookers are not designed to reach the temperatures necessary for completesterilization.11. Do not allow anyone who is not familiar with the instructions to use the cooker.4

ENGLISHIntroductionThank you for purchasing a Fagor Pressure Cooker. We appreciate the confidence you haveplaced in our company by selecting one of our many pressure cookers. We are confident thatthe pressure cooker will give you many years of excellent service.Surrounded by endless myths, pressure cookers are probably the least understood ofcookware. This is unfortunate since pressure cookers provide many advantages over traditionalcooking. First and foremost, most foods can be cooked in a fraction of the time, in mostcases up to one third of the time. Since the food is being cooked for such a shorter period, itis less likely to lose its color and flavor, as well as vital minerals and vitamins that are normallyevaporated or diluted when cooking in large quantities of water, for longer periods of time.Made from high-quality, heavy-gauge stainless steel, Fagor pressure cookers are manufacturedand designed with a concern for function and safety, meeting all international safety standards.Fagor’s easy-to-use pressure regulators make it simpler than ever to determine the properamount of pressure and how to maintain it. The pressure release valves signal when to lower orraise the burner heat in order to maintain the desired level of pressure. We know that once youbegin using your Fagor Pressure Cooker, you’ll understand why it is the single most importantpiece of cookware you’ll ever own.Today people are more conscious of the food and products they consume that affect theenvironment. Fagor recognizes consumer demand for more eco-friendly products andmanufacturing processes. Fagor pressure cookers are made of partially recycled stainless steeland are polished using only mechanical procedures instead of chemical. In addition to beingmanufactured in a more environmentally respectful way, pressure cookers save you energy inthe kitchen too. Compared to traditional cooking methods, cooking with a pressure cookersaves up to 70% cooking time. And less time spent cooking means less energy used, andless heat produced in the kitchen. Also, cooking at high temperatures and high speed retainsessential vitamins and nutrients, bringing you healthier meals. Using Fagor pressure cookerswill not only make a difference in your health, but a difference in our world. This may be themost efficient piece of cookware in your kitchen.Before you begin cooking, it is important that you read this detailed user’s manual and makesure you understand how to operate, care and maintain your Fagor Pressure Cooker so thatyou will be able to enjoy many years of use.If you would like to learn more about our other products, please visit our website at www.fagoramerica.comFagor RAPIDA Pressure Cooker lineThe Fagor RAPIDA Pressure Cooker line consists of the following models: 4 qt. pressure cooker (item #918011938)includes instruction manual with recipes. 6 qt. pressure cooker (item #918011947)includes instruction manual with recipes. 10 qt. pressure cooker / canner(item #918010289) includes instructionmanual with recipes. 5-piece Set (item # 918010092) includes:- 8 qt. pot- 4 qt. pot- Pressure Cooker Lid - fits both pots- Tempered glass lid - fits both pots, easilyconverts either pot into an everyday stockpot- Stainless steel pasta / steamer basketwith trivet- Instruction manual- Color recipe book5

ENGLISHComponents and Features1.Pressure Cooker Pot: Made ofhigh-quality, heavy-gauge, 18/10stainless steel. All cooking takesplace in the pressure cooker pot.2. Lid: Made of high-quality, heavygauge stainless steel. The lid must beproperly locked in position in order tobuild sufficient pressure for cooking.The raised indentation on top of thelid, located to the left of the handle,allows you to easily align the lid to thecutout on top of the base handle whenclosing the pressure cooker (Fig. 6)WARNING: NEVER FORCE THEPRESSURE COOKER OPEN3. Pot Handle: Besides being used tomove and carry the pressure cooker,the pot handle interlocks with thelid handle when the lid is turnedclockwise. (Fig. 6)4. Lid Handle: Used to remove the lidfrom the pressure cooker, the lid handlecontains important components vitalto the use of the pressure cooker.To reduce the risk of burns or spills, thelid and pot handle should be positionedso that it is turned inward towards theback of the stove, and does not extendover adjacent surface units or overhangover the edge of the stove top.5. Support Grip Handle: The supportgrip handle provides greater stabilitywhen moving or carrying the pressurecooker.66. Operating Valve: This operating valvefeatures a pressure setting (the pictureof a pot), a steam release position (witha picture of steam), and an unlockposition (picture of a circle with a linethrough it) (Figures 8-9-10). Note thatthe operating valve will not simply turnto the unlock position. See the Careand Cleaning section of this manual forinstructions on how to turn the valve tothe unlock position to remove it.Selector’sPositionPounds ofPressure perSquare Inch (psi)0015Pressure levelUnlock PositionSteam Release PositionHigh

To unlock, slide the lock down towardsthe end of the handle.For safety reasons, the unit will not buildpressure if the pressure lock has notbeen pushed to the closed position. Thismeasure guarantees that the cooker willnever open while it’s under pressure.8. Silicone Gasket: In order to providean air-tight seal, a silicone gasket ispositioned around the underside ofthe lid. Never use the pressure cookerwithout the silicone gasket properlypositioned. Do not use the pressurecooker with a worn or torn gasket,which should be replaced immediately.Contact the Fagor Customer ServiceDepartment at: 1-800-207-0806 oremail at: info@fagoramerica.com. Youcan also purchase a gasket online atwww.fagoramerica.com.9. Safety valve: Located under the lid,the safety valve is activated in case ofan excess pressure buildup (Fig. 3). Thepressure cooker cannot be opened ifthere is still pressure inside the cooker.10. Thermo Heat Conductive Base:Since the objective of a pressure cookerENGLISH7. Pressure Lock: The green pressurelock allows you to lock the pressurecooker in order to build pressure whenthe lid is closed. To lock the pressurecooker, slide the pressure lock buttonup towards the lid. (Fig. 7).is rapid cooking, the bottom of thepressure cooker pot has a thermo heatconductive base, comprised of threelayers of metal. The first layer is stainlesssteel, which is safe for contact withfood. In view of the fact that aluminumshould not be in contact with food and itdoes not have magnetic properties, thealuminum middle layer is sandwichedbetween the two outer layers. Aluminumis the best heat conductor and thereforeprovides faster and more even heatdistribution. The last layer is stainlesssteel with magnetic properties, makingthe pressure cooker compatible withinduction cooking.11. Pressure Indicator: The pressureindicator is the yellow tipped rod,located on top of the lid handle. Itindicates whether there is pressureinside the cooker. As the pressurecooker heats and pressure builds, thepressure indicator will rise automaticallyproducing a slight amount of steam thatescapes from the lid handle. (Fig. 12)If the pressure indicator is raised, thereis pressure inside the cooker and thepressure cooker cannot be opened. Thepressure lock on the lid will be blockedand will not slide to the open position. Ifthe pressure indicator is not raised, thereis no pressure inside the cooker, and youcan safely open the lid.12. Safety Vent: In case of high-pressurebuildup, steam will be released throughthe safety vent cutout located in the rimof the lid (Fig. 4). The cutout in the handleof the pressure cooker is an emergency7

ENGLISHpressure release mechanism that shouldnever become operative under normaluse. If both pressure release valvesbecome blocked due to over filling,for example, the pressure will tear thegasket and escape through this hole.WARNING: Excess steam escapingthrough the hole will be very hot andmight cause serious injuries. In theevent the safety vent is triggered torelease excess pressure, always placethe pressure cooker on the stove insuch a position that the Safety Ventis not facing towards you or towardsanything that could get damaged bythe steam and sputtering liquid.Cooking with the Fagor RAPIDAPressure CookerNOTE: FAGOR PRESSURE COOKERSARE INTENDED FOR HOUSEHOLDDOMESTIC COOKING SURFACESONLY.Before the First Use8To open the pressure cooker, pull thepressure lock towards the end of thehandle (Fig. 5) and slide the lid handleto the right (counterclockwise) holdingthe base handle with your left hand, andlifting the lid.Before using the Fagor RAPIDA PressureCooker for the first time, wash all theparts and components with warm waterand mild dishwashing soap. Rinse welland towel dry. The pressure cookerpot is dishwasher safe. Fagor Americarecommends hand washing the pressurecooker lid and all its components.Always remove the gasket when washingthe lid. Wash the gasket with warm,soapy water; rinse well and towel dry.Cover the gasket with a thin coat ofcooking oil (e.g., vegetable, olive, canola,etc.). Follow this procedure every timeyou wash the pressure cooker in orderto extend the life of the gasket and tofacilitate locking the lid in place.Adding Food and Liquid1.To cook with the Fagor RAPIDApressure cooker, it is very important touse at least 1/2 a cup of liquid if you’recooking for 10 minutes or less, or 2cups of water if you’re cooking for morethan 10 minutes; NEVER USE LESS.It is important to always use somecooking liquid in a pressure cookersince it is the liquid that createsthe steam necessary to build thepressure. Without liquid the pressurecooker cannot build any pressure.You can use water, broth, wine or anyother kind of liquid to cook, exceptoil. You can use oil to brown meat orsoften onions directly in your pressurecooker before adding the rest ofthe ingredients, but the oil shouldnever be the ONLY cooking liquid.WARNING: Pressure cookers areNOT pressure fryers.WARNING: Do not fill the pressurecooker more than two thirds fullwith liquid and food, or half full if

3.ENGLISH2.you’re cooking foods that expandduring cooking (for example riceor other grains).Never fill the pressure cooker morethan two thirds full. It is necessaryto leave enough space in the cookerfor it to be able to build pressure.Fill only halfway when cooking withfoods that will either expand in sizeand/or produce foam as they cook,such as dried beans or other legumesand grains. Also fill only halfway whenpreparing soups or stock.You can add food and liquiddirectly into the pressure cooker, or,optionally, you can steam your foodin a steamer basket (steamer basketssold separately). To use a steamerbasket, place a metal support triveton the bottom of the pressure cooker,add at least half a cup of liquid, andplace the steamer basket containingthe food on top.2.Once the pressure cooker is locked,turn the operating valve to the pressuresetting (Fig. 9 the picture of the pot).This is the only setting you can cookon; if you cook with the operating valveturned to the picture of the steam, thepressure cooker will not build pressure.The level of pressure reached is ahigh pressure, equivalent to 15 psi (15pounds of pressure per square inch).Closing the Lid and Cooking1.When you’re ready to start cooking,place the lid on the pressure cookerpot by aligning the mark on the lidwith the mark on the top of the pothandle (Fig. 6). Once these two marksare aligned, press the lid down lightly,then slide the lid handle to the left(clockwise), bringing the pot and lidhandles together. Push the pressurelock button up towards the center ofthe lid to lock it (Fig. 7). If you don’tpush the lock to the closed position,the cooker will not build any pressure.This is a safety measure designedto prevent accidental opening of thecooker while under pressure. The lockwill block automatically as soon asthe pressure indicator has risen, andwill unblock only when the pressureindicator has dropped again.Selector’sPositionPounds ofPressure perSquare Inch(psi)00153.4.Pressure levelUnlock PositionSteam Release PositionHighPosition the pressure cooker on thecenter of the stove burner. The FagorRAPIDA Pressure Cooker can be usedon all types of burners including gas,electric, ceramic and induction. Asto not discolor the sides of the pot,always adjust the burner so that whenusing gas, the flames remain under thebase and do not extend up the sides.When cooking on an electric burner,select a burner the same diameter asthe base or smaller.Begin heating with the burner seton high heat (ELECTRIC STOVE9

ENGLISH5.6.7.USERS –SEE BELOW). When thepressure indicator has risen andsteam starts to come out of theoperating valve for first time, lowerthe heat to maintain a gentle, steadystream of steam. At this moment,the COOKING TIME STARTS andyou have to start timing you recipe.It is recommended that a kitchentimer be used to monitor the exactcooking time.If at any time during cooking anexcessive amount of steam isreleased by the operating valve,lower the burner heat to adjust andmaintain the proper level of pressure.The steam should come out in agentle, steady flow. If the steam isgushing or very forceful, lower theheat.If the pressure drops or there is nosteam coming out of the operatingvalve, raise the burner heat just untila gentle, steady stream of steam isreleased and can be maintained.While cooking, never inadvertentlyshake the pressure cooker. This cancause the automatic valve to releasesteam, which will create a drop inpressure.NOTE TO ELECTRIC STOVE USERSSince the coils on an electric stove retainheat for a long time, food often becomesovercooked when the burner is turneddown for simmering (when cooking timeis started). To compensate for that, youhave two options:1. Two Burner Method: Turn on twoelectric stove burners, one on highand other on low. Place your pressurecooker on the burner set to high, andbring to pressure. Once pressure hasbeen achieved, move your cookerover to the burner set on low andstart your pressure cooking time.Make sure the burner is not too low;there should always be some steamcoming out of the operating valve. If102.there is no more steam coming outof the operating valve and/or thepressure indicator drops, raise theheat until steam starts coming out ofthe operating valve, and adjust thecooking time by 1 or 2 minutes.One Burner Method: Turn on oneburner to medium heat and bringyour cooker to pressure. Oncepressure has been achieved andsteam starts to come out of theoperating valve, turn your burner tolow and start your pressure cookingtime. Make sure you don’t lower yourheat too much; there should alwaysbe some steam coming out of theoperating valve. If there is no moresteam coming out of the operatingvalve and/or the pressure indicatordrops, raise the heat until steamstarts coming out of the operatingvalve, and adjust the cooking timeby 1 or 2 minutes.ReleasingCookingPressureAfterAlways check your recipe to determineif the pressure cooker should be cooleddown naturally or whether the quickrelease method should be used. TheFagor RAPIDA pressure cooker alsofeatures an automatic release positionon the automatic valve that can be usedfor releasing pressure automatically whencooking foods such as stews, meats,poultry, soups. Do not use for vegetablesor tender foods as this will result inovercooking.1. Natural Release Method: To usethis method, remove the pressurecooker from the hot burner and letthe pressure drop and cool downnaturally. Depending on the amountof food and liquid in the cooker,this method can take from 10 to15 minutes. Once the pressure hasbeen released completely and thepressure indicator has dropped, goto step # 4 in this section.

3.Cold Water Release Method: thismethod is used to release pressureas quickly as possible, and is primarilyused for vegetables, seafood andother tender foods that can quicklyovercook. To use this method,remove the pressure cooker from theburner, place in the sink and run tapwater gently over the lid until steamdissipates and the pressure indicatoris lowered (Fig 11).IMPORTANT! PLEASE NOTE:When using the quick releasemethod, always run mild temperaturetap water at a gentle flow over themetal portion of the pressure cookerlid. Never direct the faucet directlyonto the pressure valve located onupper handle.WARNING: By disregarding thisadvice and deploying a strongcold water stream directly onto thepressure valve, you will create therisk of sudden drop in pressureinside the cooker, which can resultin steam being suddenly ejectedfrom under the pressure cooker lid.This steam is extremely hot and canpotentially cause serious burns.When putting the cooker in the sink,tilt it so the cold water will rundown the sides of the cooker. Oncethe pressure has been releasedcompletely and the pressure indicatorhas dropped, go to step # 4 inthis section. NEVER IMMERSE THEPRESSURE COOKER IN WATER.Automatic Release Method: Whenusing the automatic release method,turn the dial on the operating valveto the steam release position (steamdrawing position, fig. 8), and the steamwill be released automatically.WARNING: the steam coming out ofthe pressure valve will be very hot, andmight disperse some droplets of hotwater. Do not place your hands directlyin front of the jet of stream, and makesure it is not directed towards anythingthat can be damaged by the heat.Once the steam has totally beenreleased and the pressure indicatorhas dropped, go to #4 in this section(below).4.After all the pressure has been releasedand the yellow pressure indicator hasdropped, slide the pressure cookerlock down towards the end of thehandle (fig. 5). Hold the pot handlewith your left hand and slide the lidhandle to the right with your righthand. Even though you have alreadyreleased the pressure, never openthe pressure cooker towards yourface since there may be intensecooking steam still inside the unit.To avoid the risk of scalding, let thedroplets of condensed water dripback from the lid into the cooker.5.Opening during cooking. If you shouldneed to open the pressure cookerduring the cooking process, it mustbe depressurized first as describedin this section. We recommend usingENGLISH2.11

ENGLISH6.the automatic release method forthis purpose, as this method willcool down your pressure cooker theleast, hence aiding to build pressureagain faster to continue cooking. Thelid will be hot, so be careful whenopening and closing it; to reducethe risk of burns, only touch thehandles. Remember that you areinterrupting the cooking processby opening the cooker; when youcontinue cooking, you must adjustthe remaining cooking time and setthe timer accordingly.Never force the cooker open. Itmay only be opened if the pressureindicator has dropped into its socketcompletely and no more steamescapes when the safety lock ismoved to the open position.5.6.Care and Cleaning1. Fagor RAPIDA Pressure Cookeris made of high-quality, heavy gauge,18/10 stainless steel.The pressure cooker pot isdishwasher safe, but the lid shouldbe washed by hand with warmwater, mild, dishwashing soap and anonabrasive cleaning pad. Since theexterior of the pressure cooker has amirror finish, if you wash it by handdo not use metal scouring pads orabrasive cleaners, which will scratchand possibly ruin the finish.To remove stubborn stains and anydiscoloration in the interior of thepressure cooker, try adding the juiceof half a lemon and 1 to 2 cupsof water to the pressure cookerpot. Cook at high pressure for 15minutes, then remove from heat. Letpressure release naturally, then washas usual.After cleaning, towel dry with aclean, soft kitchen cloth to retain thepolished mirror finish.7.8.In order to extend the life of thesilicone gasket, remove after everyuse and wash with warm water andmild, dish washing soap. Rinse anddry well, then cover with a thin coatof vegetable oil before replacing. Forincreased safety and best results, thesilicone gasket should be replacedapproximately every 12-15 months,depending on the usage. You canorder a new gasket by calling FagorCustomer Service Number at:1-800-207-0806, or by going to theonline shop section of our website:www.fagoramerica.com.To store, DO NOT LOCK THE LID INPLACE. Simply place the lid upsidedown on top of the pressure cookerpot. This will avoid the risk of avacuum forming inside the cookerduring storage, which would makethe opening of the lid difficult. It willalso prevent stale odors from forminginside the cooker.Before using the Fagor RAPIDApressure cooker, always check thehandles, the base handle, supportgrip, and the lid handle to makesure that they are securely screwedin place. If not, tighten the handlescrews with a screwdriver.Replacement Parts: Only utedby Fagor America, Inc. The useof any unauthorized parts and orattachments may cause unit failureand will void any warranty protectionprovided by the manufacturer. Youcan order spare parts by callingFagor Customer Service Number at:1-800-207-0806, or by going to theonline shop section of our website:www.fagoramerica.com.Cleaning the Operating ValveAfter every use, check to make surethat the operating valve is clear of any

TO REMOVE THE OPERATING VALVEFOR CLEANING PURPOSES:1.Turn the operating valve to therelease pressure position (picture ofthe steam, see Fig. 8).ENGLISHbuilt-up particles. To do so, move theoperating valve to the position shown inFig. 8 and remove the valve (see detailedinstructions below). Clean it by runningwater through it. Next, lift the lid up to thelight and look through the hole under theoperating valve. Make sure you can seethrough it and there are no food particlesblocking it. If necessary, clean it with asmall brush or pipe cleaner.4.Lift the valve upwards and out. Cleanas instructed above.TO REPLACE THE VALVE AFTERCLEANINGPoint the vent in the valve to the unlockposition. Place the valve in its socket andturn it to the right towards the steamrelease position. You will hear it click backinto place as you turn it to the steamrelease position.Basic instructions for cookingIn this section you will find basicinstructions for cooking foods which aremost commonly prepared in pressurecookers.2.Gently lift the operating valve upward,not more than a quarter of an inch(Fig. 13).3.As you are pulling the valve up,keep trying to turn it to the left,counterclockwise, toward the pictureof the circle with the line throughit. You are looking for a groove,once you find this groove the valvewill allow you to turn to the unlockposition (picture of the circle with theline through it, see Fig. 14).Do not chop or cut food inside the cookerwith a knife or other sharp utensil to avoidscratching the bottom.For soups and stocks, do not fill pressurecooker over 1/2 full!Remember to ALWAYS use some cookingliquid. Operating the cooker without anycooking liquid or allowing the cooker toboil dry will damage the cooker and willnot allow it to build pressure for properfunctioning.Fresh and frozen vegetables Wash all fresh vegetables thoroughly. Peel all root vegetables, such as redbeets, carrots, potatoes and turnips. Whole winter pumpkin should bepierced several times with a forkbefore cooking. When you steam vegetables in asteam

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