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(I) Cook In A Pressure Vessel Developing At Least 35 Lbs. Of Pressure. This, Of Course, Means Using A Broaster Since It Is The Only Unit Utilizing Such High Pressure. (It Is The High Pressure That Retains The Juices In Lieu Of A Thick Batter)

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“(i) Cook in a pressure vessel developing at least 35 lbs. of pressure. This, of course, means using a Broaster since it is the only unit utilizing such high pressure. (It is the high pressure that retains the juices in lieu of a thick batter)”: