This super-healthy Weil-designed slow-cooker makes the process of slow cooking that much easier (because it is practically like rocket science). It includes an LCD display on the front that is chock-full of healthy recipes that you can scroll through and even program your own into. Once you have a recipe selected, put the ingredients in and program the temperature and desired time. Once it is done cooking it will automatically switch to a warming mode so it will be nice and toasty by the time you get back from the circus. $150.
Slow Cooker Includes Digital Recipe Book
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