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In last week’s column, I offered some do’s and don’ts for keeping food safe when using the slow cooker. That column inspired another question about the safety of using a slow cooker: Is the food in my slow cooker getting hot enough?
If you’ve purchased a new slow cooker lately, you may notice that it might be cooking a little faster and a little hotter than your old one. Yes, because of food safety concerns, slow cooker manufacturers have increased the temperatures at which they cook.
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