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The best part about slow-cooked food is that it doesn’t re­ally take up too much of your time. All you need to do is prep the in­gre­di­ents, pop them into a slow cooker, and let it do its work while you go about your day and chores. You’ll need a slow-cooker, how­ever, but the ap­pli­ance is truly a wor­thy in­vest­ment.

The ge­nius be­hind a slow cooker in­cludes its abil­ity to give you warm, hearty, and com­fort­ing meals at the end of any long day. Ex­tended hours of cook­ing at a fixed, low tem­per­a­ture en­sures that what­ever food you’re cook­ing comes out de­li­ciously ten­der and per­fect for a pick-me-up. It’s also a great op­tion for work­ing adults, es­pe­cially late after a day’s work, when a hot meal is re­ally all one is crav­ing!

If you’ve got a casse­role, you can cook your din­ners ahead of time, stews and one-pot-treats that keep well and deepen in flavour over the course of the day. Then, when you’re ready to eat, pop it over the stove to heat briefly, and you’ve got a meal on your hands.

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