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Slow Cooker Warning: NEVER Put These 14 Items in Your Trusted Slow Cooker

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Were you aware that there are some items you shouldn’t be putting in a slow cooker?

Your slow cooker can be a real lifesaver. Low, slow heat can make for some genuinely drool-worthy meals. Most of the time, you can throw in whichever ingredients you choose and let the contraption do its thing while you’re doing other stuff around the house.

And when it’s time for dinner, you’ll have a dish stewing in delicious flavors for hours. But it’s vital to keep in mind that not every food is crockpot friendly. While the slow cooker can cook just about anything you can dream of, there are various foods you should never put in it.

Some might carry health risks, while others will simply taste terrible. Keep reading to find out about which 14 foods you should keep far-far away from your slow cooker!

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2 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Warning: NEVER Put These 14 Items in Your Trusted Slow Cooker”

  1. Wow! I’ve been using dry pinto beans or great northern beans without soaking in my slow cooker for years…sometimes I put a frozen smoked pork hock in before starting it on high…comes out great every time…no worries here (~.~)

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