Cooking Under Pressure: Using an InstantPot Virtual Workshop

— Written By Cassidy Hall
en Español

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Participants will learn how to use an electric pressure cooker, commonly referred to as an “InstantPot,” to get meals on the table quickly. You’ll learn the terminology used in recipes specific to electric pressure-cooking methods, proper care, and handling, and watch a recipe demonstration.

Eating at home more often is a large step towards healthier eating, saving time, and saving money in your food budget. This workshop is perfect for those interested in purchasing an InstantPot, those who currently still have an electric pressure cooker still in its original box, or those who need a refresher!

Workshop will be held at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom on April 19, 2021 (free event).

Register online!

This workshop is a partnership between the Wilson County Public Library and N.C. Cooperative Extension – Wilson County Center.