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Find out what the best cookware set is for every budget: http://therationalkitchen.com/the-best-cookware-set-for-every-budget/
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If you're trying to decide between an electric multicooker and a stovetop pressure cooker, this article if for you: http://therationalkitchen.com/instant-pot-vs-pressure-cooker-better-beginners-start/
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We did some deep research on the most popular electric pressure cookers. Find out what's so great about the Instant Pot (and a few others, too): http://therationalkitchen.com/popular-electric-pressure-cookers-amazon-whether-buy-one-not/
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Here's an article on titanium nonstick cookware: http://therationalkitchen.com/the-best-titanium-cookware/
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If you need an extra burner once in awhile and have been thinking about a portable induction cooktop, check out my latest review of Portable Induction Cooktops on The Rational Kitchen:

http://therationalkitchen.com/looking-chamber-vacuum-sealer-start/
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Read reviews the 4 cheapest (as in, least expensive) chamber vacuum sealers on Amazon:
http://therationalkitchen.com/looking-chamber-vacuum-sealer-start/
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Is sous vide cooking safe? Some people worry about the low temps being a problem for food borne bacteria and other pathogens. And that the anaerobic environment of a vacuum-sealed bag might be ripe for botulism. But these worries are mostly unfounded, as long as you take a few simple precautions.

Read more here:

http://therationalkitchen.com/is-sous-vide-cooking-safe/
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The Bosch slide-in induction range is one of the best induction stoves on the market today. Find out why in this review:

http://therationalkitchen.com/bosch-induction-range-review-30-inch-slide-in-induction-stove/
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Have you ever wondered what exactly those dates on food really mean? How are "Best By," "Use By," and "Expiration Date" different? Is it ever safe to eat food after the date on the package?

You might be surprised at the answers. Find out more about the secret shelf life of food here:
http://therationalkitchen.com/secret-shelf-life-food-food-freshness-labels-expiration-dates-really-mean/
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Sometimes cooking sous vide is tricky. How long do you leave it in? How do you know when it's done?

Here are time and temperature tables for proteins in one convenient place:
http://therationalkitchen.com/sous-vide-time-temperature-table-proteins/
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