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I have an cook's essential all n one slow cooker that will not power up
The thing you need to do would be to give us a bit more information, such as is the reciptile live as in plug a light in it and it lights up. And does the cord for the cooker plug into the cooker or is it hard wired into the cooker. The only other thing I can think about is if you have no experience with electric safety I would suggest you take it to a repair facility.
on Sep 29, 2019
Seal a meal starts to seal but gets hung up half way through
look to see were it starts to do that and there could be a little burr and file it off to make it all the same . also if its a heated seal that part were it doesnt seal could be burnt out as sometimes only some part of an element burns out. im not to sure how to test it but to take it out generally most appliances these days are a pain because of were they put the screws and they have really made the heads different so they can sell you more speciality screw drivers. most appliances you start by taking the bottom off and go from there. patience which i have little will help.
on Sep 27, 2019
I am looking for a manual to work a Dairy wizz nonelectric yogurt maker
I also own the Dairy Wiz. It's quite simple to use.
1) heat up 1l of milk to around 46-50 degrees celsius. +-3 minutes in my microwave.
2) add 2 tablespoons of plain yoghurt. Make sure it says that it has live cultures, as not all of them do. Stir properly or the yoghurt will be lumpy. I prefer using long-life milk as you don't need to boil it first, and it seemed to turn out less grainy.
3) Add the warm milk to the inner container.
4) pour boiling water into the outer container, to the top of the little built-in stands
5) insert the inner container into the outer container. The water will rise around it nicely.
6) leave for 8 hours without disturbing it.
7) before you eat, pour off any liquid whey that forms on top.
8) Keep 2 tablespoons for the next batch.
Adding too much yoghurt or leaving it too long will make it quite sour- as sour as lemon juice, so always clean out the inner container before reusing.
on Aug 31, 2019
Having trouble baking bread in steam oven.AegBS730470MM
How do i know how much water is left to make steam?
I'm no pro, but it sounds too dry in there to me. I don't know anything about your steam oven, but I bake sour dough in a cast iron crock pot with a lid, that keeps the steam from escaping and the bread from drying out. I take the lid off the pot for the last 20 minutes to cook up the crust a bit. (I have the pot in the oven when I preheat it, so it's nice and hot when I put the dough in).
Some people put ice cubes in a small tray in the bottom of the oven to keep the moisture in there. I have tried it (once) and it seemed to work fine.
Sorry I can't help with the steam oven though.
on Aug 28, 2019
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