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Instant Pot IP-LUX50

Instant Pot IP-LUX50

Instant Pot IP-LUX50
Instant Pot is the next generation Electric Pressure Cooker designed by Canadians specifically for North American consumers. It speeds up cooking by 2~6 times using up to 70% less energy, and, above all, produces nutritious healthy food in a convenient and consistent fashion.

Instant Pot IP-LUX50 is a 6-in-1 programmable cooker combining the functions of a pressure cooker, saute/browning, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer and warmer. The latest 3rd Generation technology with an embedded microprocessor greatly improve cooking result, maintain consistence and enhance safety. Your favorite dishes are within the reach of pressing a button with 10 built-in programs and 3 adjustable modes. 3 temperatures in Saute for browning or thickening, and 3 temperatures in Slow Cook to complete the tasks of a common slow cooker. It also works as a perfect porridge maker allowing you wake up with a fresh made porridge.

Instant Pot cuts the cooking time and energy consumption by up to 70%. It also preserves the nutrition and flavors in natural ingredients. Instant Pot produces almost no noise nor steam, and is truly a kitchen-friendly appliance. The stainless steel inner pot leaves no health concerns of non-stick coating residual. The brushed stainless steel exterior is finger print proof.

Instant Pot is the must-have cooking appliance in your fast-paced, health-oriented and green-conscious life style.

Instructions, Recipe and Cooking time table in English, Spanish, French and Chinese are included.
Weight 12.00 lbs
Our price: US$135.95
Market price: US$199.00
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  • Author: sdf
    Tashkent continues to insist and some governments and observers to accept that it was facing an Islamist insurgency and thus was fully justified in using force to put it down, a position all independent investigations have shown to be so exaggerated that it constitutes an outright falsification -- unless one believes that any actions by Muslims are by definition extremist.(For background on what actually happened in Andijan, see the 2005 OSCE report at; for its continuing and spreading fallout, see the numerous reports listed at and the failure of the international community to challenge the official Uzbek explanation of what happened ten years ago in Andijan not only has allowed Islam Karimov to increase repression at home and spread fear among Uzbek refugees abroad but also has contributed to the growth of real Islamist groups like ISIS across Central Asia.That is because the extremists can plausibly and convincingly argue that there is no possibility for dialogue with regimes like Karimov’s and the only way forward is to use violence, a view that those who went into the streets in [b][/b] Andijan ten years ago did not have but that an increasing number of people in Uzbekistan and elsewhere in Central Asia now do.And thus those who are prepared to support authoritarian actions taken in the name of stability not only are harming the human rights of those who live under such regimes or are within the reach of their diplomatic representations abroad but also are doing more to spread Islamist radicalism and instability than ISIS or its allies could ever achieve on their own.Those are some of the conclusions suggested by Alisher Ilkhamov, an Uzbek émigré in London and the author of one of the most comprehensive early reports on the Andijan violence (, in a comment to timed to coincide with this anniversary ( says that he remains convinced that neither Akram Yuldashev nor the community around him were extremists, as the Uzbek authorities have insisted. Their doctrines were and remain directed to the gradual transformation of society rather than to the establishment of an Islamic state or khalifate.

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