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  Our exclusive Buffalo Clad Stainless Steel Pots are designed to cook your foods and vegetables in their original state without additives or sauces for a truly natural flavor. There is no need to add water because our pots use water vapor from your foods to bring out an all-natural flavor.  
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  Cooking Vegetables without Water?!

Our exclusive Buffalo Clad Stainless Steel Pots are designed to cook your foods and vegetables in their original state without additives or sauces for a truly natural flavor. Steam vegetables in their own natural juices without adding water to deactivate nutrient-degrading enzymes and unlock all of nature’s goodness.
  Add washed vegetables to your pot.   Put on the lid and open the Intelligent Air Valve. Adjust your stove to medium-low heat and wait for steam to escape.   When steam comes out, it’s time to lower the heat or turn off your stove and close the Intelligent Air Valve to lock in steam and moisture. Simmer vegetables to your liking and enjoy!  
 
Add a bowl of water and a whole chicken into your Buffalo Cookware Pot. Put on the lid and open the Intelligent Air Valve while turning your stove to medium heat. After coming to a boil, cook for another 15 minutes and then turn off the heat and close the air valve. Simmer for 10 minutes and enjoy a thoroughly cooked bird and a bowl of chicken essence.  
 
 
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