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Very nice! Of course the pressure cooker makes it easy too! I also have vegetarian family members. I have always roasted my vegetables in olive oil and then simmered them on the stove top. This is much easier and yields fine results! I now have 5 qts. of veggie stock in my freezer! Since I grow everything on the ingredient list except peppercorns, I have the nice advantage of very fresh ingredients! Thanks.

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Ladyfarmeror April 26, 2007

Fabulous vegy stock. I used my electronic pressure cooker & it worked marvelous. I omitted the cauliflower. When I have them, I will use the green beans. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

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Mustang Sally 54269 April 30, 2011

Very, very nice stock, & I managed to follow the recipe right on down, even including the optional veggies, at least this time around! And, although store-bought vegetable stock is available around here, it's great when a person can use things like this that are made at home, & since we have a large freezer, that works out just fine! Thanks for sharing your great recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike October 16, 2010

I ran out of veggie stock and was inspired by this recipe. I didn't have cauliflower or green beans, but added some broccoli stalks, kale, and dried chili peppers. This was good, and easy!!

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tvhickman November 23, 2007
Pressure Cooker Vegetable Stock