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Breville Fast Slow Pro

The $250 Breville Fast Slow Pro has six cooking options: pressure cook, slow cook, steam, sear, saute and reduce.

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Simple controls

Three knobs and three buttons let you access and change the cook settings on the multicooker.

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Topping it all off

The knob at the top of the Fast Slow Pro holds the lid in place. You also turn the knob to lock and unlock the lid when you pressure cook.

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That lid

The lid on the Fast Slow Pro became loose after frequent use, which required me to tighten the center nut that holds the lid onto the unit. However, it took some investigating to find the problem.

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Condensation cup

This cup catches condensation that drips from the lid when you open the Fast Slow Pro.

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LCD display

You use the knobs to select your preferred cook setting on the LCD display.

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Breville excels

The Breville Fast Slow Pro performs a lot of jobs. For the most part, it does them well.

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