VitaClay Cooker Offers Healthy Cooking




Essenergy has introduced a new eight-cup VitaClay Smart Organic Multi-Cooker, a slow cooker, rice cooker and steamer, plus a yogurt maker. Unique to this brand is an internal clay cook pot, made of natural, unglazed Chinese zisha clay. This clay is known for its natural even heating and heat retention, and is often used to make teapots. Because the cooking surface is made of natural clay, no metals or non-stick additives can leach into the food as it cooks.

The clay cooking bowl promotes uniform cooking, and the double-lid design not only creates micro-pressure to maximize tender and flavorful food, but cuts slow-cooking energy and time in half (saving electricity use). The computerized Smart Organic Multi-Cooker allows a variety of programmable times to prepare most foods and recipes, and then can keep them warm for up to 20 hours. Set the cooker for up to five hours, in 10-minute increments, with settings for stew, soups, porridge, fluffy rice, brown rice and sticky rice. When food is ready, the clay pot detaches for easy serving at the table.

VitaClay offers a variety of cookers, including a low-temperature model that preserves the probiotics that are so important in absorbing vital nutrients, making it a healthy choice for people that want to protect, support or heal their intestinal tract.


For more information and to order, visit VitaClayChef.com and YouTube.com/Vitaclay.

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