Crocking on Low

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September 7, 2012 at 11:34 pm #10674

Hi – I just made a Pot Roast today and I cooked it on low. Was the “broth” supposed to bubble at all? I was cooking the roast for nine hours; and with three hours left, the roast didn’t look as if it would have finished cooking. I switched it on high for the last hour to be safe and it finally started bubbling. Was that the right thing to do or should I have been more patient? For reference, I just got the GE Crock.

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September 10, 2012 at 1:54 pm #10792
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We cook a lot of our beef and pork recipes on low most of the time. Low and slow is our motto. 9 hours on low sounds like it would have been done with no problems. Hope your roast was delish!

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