December Giveaway: 6-in-1 Electric Instant Pot Pressure Cooker ($120 value)

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This month, I’m giving away this 6-in-1 Electric Instant Pot Pressure Cooker to one of you. (Have doubts about whether or not pressure cookers are healthy & safe? Read my post Is Pressure Cooking Healthy?)

I am so grateful for you, my readers! You hang with me through thick and thin as we buck conventional nutritional wisdom and cleave to eating according to our ancestral, traditional food ways. Without you, I wouldn’t be where I am today.

So, as a way of saying thank you and giving something back, I’m hosting monthly giveaways!

These prizes are coming entirely out of my own pocket. I choose them based on your Facebook votes, and I ship the prizes directly to your doorstep.

How to Enter

Entering the contest is as easy as 1-2-3!

1. Click the link below:

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker

(It will take you to Amazon.com to read about the product. Just come back here and carry on with steps 2 & 3.)

2. If you haven’t already, sign up for my email newsletter using the form below.

I hate spam and value your privacy! The emails you’ll receive will include:

  • Real Food Recipes
  • Nutrition & Health Articles
  • Coupons, Special Offers, & More Giveaways

You can unsubscribe at any time. Please Note: YOU MUST be signed up for my newsletter at the time the contest is over in order to still be eligible to win.

HERE’S THE FORM TO SIGNUP FOR MY NEWSLETTER:
Just enter your email address below and hit SUBSCRIBE. Super easy!


3. Verify your entries with the Raffelcopter widget below.

Just click the green buttons (they turn green when you hover over them) to let me know you entered! Raffelcopter will also give you the opportunity to get additional entries by following me on Facebook and Pinterest.

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GOOD LUCK!


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Comments

  1. Gina says

    Began gardening this summer with children. We also learned to can. Would love to explore this aspect of cooking. Thank you so much for these opportunities and for the wonderful newsletter. We homeschool and use the information from the newsletter in our home studies and our science.

  2. jane says

    my pressure cooker is so old i worry about using it– would love to win it~~ but if i don’t i’m going to get one after the holiday~~it is on my list…. thanks for ALL your effort… it is appreciated….

  3. Sandra says

    Thank you for this generous giveaway. What a boon this will be to the lucky winner! I appreciate your newletters. Please keep on keeping on!!

  4. says

    Last email should have read completion hate autocorrect. Love prize as my Rice Cooker has died and I have Chipped the lid on my Trusty 25 Year old Crockpot no replacement available

  5. says

    Thank you for all you do ~ I have learned so so much from you! And thank you for the great contest ~ I think every kitchen should have at least one pressure cooker!!!

  6. Christy says

    I tried a bunch of times to subscribe but it doesn’t seem to be working….no confirmation/accepted after clicking subscribe…

  7. Ann says

    What a great time-saver this would be. Many, many years ago I had a pressure cooker (old fashioned now) that was a stovetop version and I was always a bit nervous using it, although I did use it a lot. This one seems like a breeze to use and has mostly positive comments. I can see the advantages of having this and thank you for offering the opportunity.

  8. Leah says

    I don’t use my pressure cooker anymore, but this one seems to fix the main things about it I object to. I really like how you steer us to new things. :-)

  9. Vic says

    Just entered, but didn’t see a widget… Anyway, this is super cool and I would LOVE to have this added to my kitchen!!

  10. Lindsey Fine says

    What type of immersion blender do you recommend? Your recipe for ‘Honey Whipped Cream’ link to your recommendation doesn’t work,
    Thanks :0)
    Lindsey

  11. Cathi says

    Thank you for the opportunity to win an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. The slow cooker is fantastic on this machine and I love the stainless steel pot. No worries about lead leaching from a ceramic Pot. All of my Slow cookers I owned were old and the ceramic pot could no longer be trusted and since I have to above normal amounts of lead in my body. I throw them all all way, and now I am looking at the Instant Pot with it’s Stainless steel cooking Pot that is a plus to me. Again thank you for the opportunity. May your holidays be wonderful, filled with many surprises and blessings.

  12. David C says

    Congee!! (batched at least weekly)
    -and lots of dried bean combinations!
    my crock pot died & it’s out of means for a little while to get the one I want.

    This would be awesome!

  13. Melanie says

    I’ve never had a pressure cooker, but I’ve wanted one. From the reviews I’m reading there are endless possibilities to use one. Thanks for the opportunity! :) Merry Christmas!

  14. penny says

    I think you should disclose that you are asking readers to click on an affiliate link so that you will get credit for any purchase made through amazon.com on their visit.

    • says

      It is disclosed prominently at the top of the post (in the dotted box) and at the bottom of the post (in the Standard FTC Disclosure statement) and on my disclosures page (which is linked to in the footer of every page of the site).

  15. Sigrid Trombley says

    Nothing wrong with this Instant Pot which is the 6 in 1 IP-LUX60, but your readers might wish to know that that Instant Pot has just come out with a newer model, the 7 in 1 IP-DUO. The new model costs little more than the old model, so if I were interested in purchasing an Instant Pot, I’d get the new model. The new model has a number of improved features including a setting for making yogurt if that’s of interest to anyone.

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