Rebecca Norman wrote:Washing the pot was a disincentive to using local grains, but I found a solution. I have some single-serving size covered steel containers called tiffins in India.
Measure and mix the porridge, water and other ingredients in each tiffin. Bring a half inch of water to the boil in the pressure cooker, then stack the tiffins and close it. Simmer at pressure for however long, then pull out the tiffins (wearing a thick rubber glove helps). If you eat right from the tiffins you only have to wash them, not the pot.
Elizabeth Smith wrote:I like your ideas for reusing the cutting boards! I would need to find a way to store them in between uses so I did not have 4 cutting boards on my counter all the time.
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