Digital, programmable control panel with 5 built-in cooking functions: pressure cook (high and low), slow cook, steam, sear/sauté, and keep warm
-5 sear/sauté settings allow you to sauté and sear from low to high
Includes a 6-quart ceramic-coated nonstick pot and steam rack (both dishwasher safe, for you non-handwashing heathens)
11 levels of safety: passed rigorous testing to earn UL safety certification
The Gourmia is a bby deal of the day. Price is good only for today. The ninja has a 6qt ceramic pot while the gourmia has a 8qt stainless steel pot and no steam rack. Imho ceramic is better the stainless steel. Just my opinion.
@genemat is meh’s deal good for more than one day? Seems like a fair comparison. I was honestly trying to make a humorous point that meh’s price is not that great on this knock off item. Buy what you wish and be happy though…
I bought the 8 quart here. Might buy this one for me and give the big one to my mom for Christmas. Or give it to my SIL. My mom’s not brave enough to use dishwashers (true story) so, not sure she’s brave enough to use a pressure cooker.
@Gypsigirl213 I bought the 8 quart as well and having found how quick, easy and non-messy it is to actually make some meals, I bought the 6 quart at this price for a future present or just as a backup. This is coming from a guy who has essentially lived on microwavable and fast food since moving out on my own decades ago.
From all the videos I’ve seen on the Foodi, you can make some pretty elaborate meals, but I’m still too lazy to go to those lengths. However with just some simple ingredients that can be kept in the cupboards or freezer, I can quickly make fried rice, bbq wings, steak, bread, pot roast all without turning on the stove or oven and creating a giant mess to clean up.
@kuoh I got the same response. They also told me that I can refuse the shipment when it gets here and it’ll be sent back to them—then they’ll issue a refund. I feel a little bad since it’s costing Meh to ship it here only to get it right back. I wonder if I should keep it and sell it to someone local instead?
@Gypsigirl213 Hard to refuse something when the mailman just ninja drops packages at the door and disappears. Ebaying isn’t worth the risk or fees, so I’ll probably just chalk it up to a life lesson to not buy something while half asleep…except for IRKs.
Of course the status is still processing as of right now. Honestly, I might not mind as much if they just said “sorry no backsies”.