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How I Taught My Slow Cooker to Clean Itself
October 20, 2016
Are you ready to say goodbye to that ring of cement-food around your slow cooker's insides? It's really rather simple. You provide the ingredients and let your slow-cooker do ALL the work. Love it? Read on.
- 1 cup distilled white vinegar
- 1 cup baking soda
The easy steps:
1. Fill slow cooker with water just above the ring of cement-food.
2. Add your distilled white vinegar.
3. Slowly add your baking soda (Slow is key here... add small portions and wait for bubbles to die down before adding more to prevent overflow.)
4. Turn slow cooker on low. Cover and leave for 4 hours or overnight.
5. After time has passed, turn off cooker and remove lid. Let sit until cool.
6. Pour water from slow cooker into sink and use warm soapy water and light scrubbing to reveal your cookers new shiny coat.
Give your slow-cooker a nice round of applause and leave out on display for all to admire.