Reddit Reddit reviews Farberware 70043 Stack 'N' Steam 3-Qt. Covered Saucepot Insert Stainless Steel Steamer Set, 3-Quart

We found 9 Reddit comments about Farberware 70043 Stack 'N' Steam 3-Qt. Covered Saucepot Insert Stainless Steel Steamer Set, 3-Quart. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Farberware 70043 Stack 'N' Steam 3-Qt. Covered Saucepot Insert Stainless Steel Steamer Set, 3-Quart
Farberware Classic Stainless Steel Covered Stack 'n' Steam Saucepot and Steamer, 3-Quart, SilverA full cap base on the stacking steamer features a thick aluminum core surrounded by stainless steel for rapid, even heatingSelf-basting lid and comfortable handlesThe saucepot can be used with or without the handy steamer insert; heavy-duty stainless steel is polished to a mirror finish for a classic touchOven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, steamer is dishwasher-safeIncludes Stack 'N' Steam 3-Quart Covered Saucepot and Steamer Insert
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9 Reddit comments about Farberware 70043 Stack 'N' Steam 3-Qt. Covered Saucepot Insert Stainless Steel Steamer Set, 3-Quart:

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/teenagers

These [boots] ( and leather preserver.

Books, one, two, three, and finally four.

Bit set.

And new cooking stuff.

All of this was on one giant order.

u/ThisUsernameIsTakend · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Something as simple as the link below should work ($23.99). But I would first check out your local market and verify the instructions on the box and they might even sell them freshly made. My not-so-local (45 min drive) market sells them fresh, though refrigerated. I would love to have these delivered hot if that were an option for me.

u/Daitenchi · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

The best way is to steam them, you can buy pots made especially for this.

I suppose you could also just thaw them out and eat them cold.

u/erinkayjones · 2 pointsr/vegetarian

A collapsible vegetable steamer or a steamer pot combo. Maybe your kitchen set already has this, but my boyfriend hadn't even seen one, ha.

u/paleopleb · 2 pointsr/Paleo

I got really bad gas when I first started with paleo and eggs. So bad I would get that gas bloating pain just below my stomach. I kept eating them because I have chickens and eventually the bloating went away. Must have been that the bacteria in my gut wasn't setup for it. Now I can eat eggs anytime in any amount with no problems. I've even eaten a dozen in a day.

Otherwise here is a good breakfast that can be cooked in 16 min. It seems like a lot but it's very quick once you do it a few times.

Fill steamer with water and some salt and set on stove under high heat. Set timer for 16 min. Peel some sweet potatoes, chop them and put them into the almost boiling water. Add frozen veggies to the top of the steamer (carrots, peas, brussels, green beans all take 10 min of steaming, broccoli, kale, spinach, take about 5 min). At this point the timer should be around 11 minutes. Grab a skillet and put over medium heat. No oil. Dump in some ground beef. Add salt and spices (I do chilli, garlic, onion and turmeric powder, then top off with ground mustard seeds and ground peppercorn (ground in mortar and pestle). Turn to medium-low and cover. Stir once in a while. Timer should be around 5 min. Get your butter out and cut up 2 TBSP. Get your plate and a cup of ice water. Clean up what you can. Everything should be about done. Add ground beef, veggies to your plate and drain the bottom of the steamer of water and dump chopped sweet potatoes to the plate. Add butter to veggies and sweet potatoes. Add salt as needed. Eat.

Alternatively do all of that the night before and warm it up in the microwave in the morning.

u/whitewhitewine · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

Since beginning to count calories, I have purchased and frequently used my food scale (this one), measuring spoons/cups (I bought this set of 19 spoons/cups), a veggie steamer, a mandolin for thinly slicing veggies to put in lasagna instead of noodles, a spiralizer for pasta-like noodles, can covers to keep canned foods fresh after I open the can (like artichoke hearts, black beans, etc)., and a slow cooker/crock pot.

u/wordjedi · 1 pointr/MGTOW

If you don't want to buy all of the electric countertop appliances listed here, OP, consider at least a steamer pot. Very versatile and the healthiest way to cook anything. Vegetables, chicken. Will cook perfect rice et al very simply. Put rice in a small bowl with water. Steam.

u/amg78 · 1 pointr/fitmeals

Ww have one of these two-tier can probably pick one up at Marshall's or Home Goods for cheap. We can do a whole dozen at once. Tamale steamer would work too, probably.