We spent months testing multicookers by cooking more than 68 pounds of meat, 26 pounds of beans, and a whole lot of white rice. Our winning and Best Buy multicookers performed various functions well, meaning that they can replace many of the other small appliances in your kitchen such as your stovetop pressure cooker, slow cooker, and rice cooker. These machines are great on their own, but I’ve found that a few key accessories make the most of them. I’ve gathered those accessories in this week’s guide.
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