Although these aren't cheap, Dr. Carney prefers the Raikon Pressure Cooker which can cost nearly $200. They prefer a stainless steel presure cooker instead of aluminum. Although the pressure cooker only takes a minimum of 15 minutes to cook the beans, it is more work in the sense that you have to first soak the beans as normal, rinse them and then place the beans in the pressure cooker. Once they are done cooking, you'll have to let the beans cool down before attempting to open the pressure cooker. If you're in a rush, you can run cold water over the pot to let the pressure out, however the beans may crack in half.
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