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Making veg. stock in the pressure cooker. Had the gasket in wrong and most of liquid escaped. I've fixed the gasket. May I use the same veg that's in there? Or must I start from scratch?

asked by Robert B almost 7 years ago

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SKK
added almost 7 years ago

The question is do the vegetables have anything in the way of flavor left to give? Taste them and see.

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HeritageCook
added almost 7 years ago

I would keep what you already have, add more vegetables and liquid and build it up again.

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Robert B
added almost 7 years ago

SKK & HeritageCook: Vegetables still had good flavor, so I just added more water and re-processed. It came out fine. I'm sure it would have been better if I added more vegetables, but I don't think the quality was compromised more than a tiny bit. Thanks!

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