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    Bonnie G #2
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:50 am
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    Keep your eyes open Sage, it's so worth it. I'm really loving mine, did a turkey casserole in mine with left overs last night and it's a dream. An added bonus is it's every bit as easy to clean as it says on the infomercial.

    I paid the full price didn't have the ability to search for a better one as I was overseas, but even paying full price - I'm thrilled with it.
    Sage
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:16 am
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    WOW! Now you have me back in the hunt; thanks.
    Rita
    Jacqueline in KY
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 1:42 pm
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    I had decided to order this, even though I have that new crock pot, after I read Bonnie's review of it, so I started searching. I was searching for the lowest price I could find. I was lead to Cafe Mom, where they were discussing this and someone had posted that this was on the box.


    Contains lead. Known to cause cancer. Wash hands after use.

    Bonnie if you have your box would you look at the fine print, on the box, and see if you see this?
    Dee514
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:21 pm
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    The warning pertains to the electrical cord, and is on just about every electrical appliance these days. icon_confused.gif
    Jacqueline in KY
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:30 pm
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    Thank you, it worried me and I had no idea what it was about. Can you tell I don't read boxes?
    Bonnie G #2
    Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:32 am
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    Wow, thanks for the info, I never read the box so missed that and was sure worried when I read this post. But makes since with it being on the cord.
    Sage
    Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:22 am
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    So We are good and i can keep looking around.
    Bonnie G #2
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:41 pm
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    Sage, just checking in to see if you've had any luck. I'm back in Trinidad now and already missing mine back home. Went to make spagetti the other day and changed my mine when I realized I'd have to do it without my Ninja. I do have a very nice crock pot here - but by the time I brown the meat, cook the pasta and saute the veggies - well I might as well just make it stove top.
    Emma's Tess
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:23 pm
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    BonnieG,I have a question about the Ninja Crockpot.

    While searching for reveiws on the ninja,this lady said that when you sear the meat,you have to wash the pot? Then put the meat back in to finish the recipe.

    Is this true? If so you lose all the flavor from the searing,and another step that you wouldn't do using a dutch oven on the stovetop?

    TYIA
    Bonnie G #2
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:33 am
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    Emma's Tess wrote:
    BonnieG,I have a question about the Ninja Crockpot.

    While searching for reveiws on the ninja,this lady said that when you sear the meat,you have to wash the pot? Then put the meat back in to finish the recipe.

    Is this true? If so you lose all the flavor from the searing,and another step that you wouldn't do using a dutch oven on the stovetop?

    TYIA


    Gosh Emma, I have to say I did not find that an issue. I just continue on with the next step, I did use a wooden spoon to scrap the bottom and make sure there was nothing sticking to the bottom - but I didn't even think about washing it. I do have to say that clean-up when it was done was a breeze. But then maybe I haven't done the same thing she did.
    **Tinkerbell**
    Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:09 pm
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    Emma's Tess wrote:
    BonnieG,I have a question about the Ninja Crockpot.

    While searching for reveiws on the ninja,this lady said that when you sear the meat,you have to wash the pot? Then put the meat back in to finish the recipe.

    Is this true? If so you lose all the flavor from the searing,and another step that you wouldn't do using a dutch oven on the stovetop?

    TYIA


    Can you point us to that review, Tess? I found information and reviews for this crock pot, but don't remember reading one with that bit of advice. It'd be a deal-breaker for me since my primary reason for wanting it would be to brown the meat and then slow cook all in the same pot, without having to do dishes until the meal is over. Otherwise, I'd just make it on the stove too. icon_confused.gif
    If you stumble on that review again, will you pop in here with a link for us to research?
    It's far too much money for me to spend on my... um, 5th? crock pot, unless I can brown and cook in one.
    Thanks!
    *Tink
    Emma's Tess
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:05 pm
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    http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?SKU=40520209


    The reviewer(All 4boyz)

    I don't understand why she is saying this,but it doesn't make sense to me.

    I plan on buying the CP,so her review won't keep me from purchasing it.

    The review is on page 2.
    duonyte
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:40 pm
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    Other reviewers seem to disagree.
    Bonnie G #2
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:10 pm
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    Interesting, but looks like she was in the minority. She did have some good points, I suppose it would limit the amount you can put in it - like just about any pan; but I didn't have that issue as my family is not that big. Like I said before - maybe I should have looked closer when searing but did not have that problem and it did clean up easy.

    Guess, it will all depend on how you use it and what you are looking for. For me it's great.
    Jacqueline in KY
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:42 pm
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    Like I said in another post, I wish I had bought this rather than the one I did, although it is very handy. My question is this, I live alone, rarely cook for anyone but myself and am wondering if it would be feasible for one person. Bonnie you have the experience, so let me know.
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