NOTES FROM THE CLEAN FOOD COACH
The Instant Pot is a useful, versatile tool for healthy, fast food preparation. It’s reasonably priced and saves on space because it takes the place of multiple bulky kitchen appliances. I regularly use one to sauté, slow cook, pressure cook, and make rice and even sous vide! If you don’t have one, a pressure cooker will work fine with the extra step of sautéing on the stove top. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, add more liquid and simmer the contents in a soup pot on the stovetop until everything is tender, about 30– 40 minutes.