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People who enjoy raw vegetables, barely-cooked vegetables and crunchy vegetables they’re just not going to enjoy what comes out of the pressure cooker. Pressure cooked vegetables are tender, flavorful and packed with nutrients but they’re not going to be crunchy and they’re not going to be al dente.
Personally, I don’t have an issue with tender veggies from the pressure cooker. They taste better. That’s because they’re flash-cooked at higher temperatures than conventional cooking (like boiling or baking) but for a much shorter amount of time. Studies have proven that pressure cooking vegetables preserve more vitamins and minerals than other cooking methods.
But you don’t have to be a scientist to know this. You can actually taste the difference. Eating a pressure cooked vegetable is like tasting vegetables in HD.