You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers! Spend enough time on the IP FB group, and you’ll see the same questions repeated as new people continue join the Instant Pot party. I’m a big fan of consistency and efficiency, so these Facebook Warriors posts are my way of not having to type out the answers each time on my phone. (You too can be a Facebook Warrior by bookmarking this index page for easy access, and posting these URLs wherever you see the need arise!)
Let’s face it — mostly what we care about is the user interface for the features offered, right? So let’s just get down to the meat of the matter — what do they look like, and what’s different between them!?
Are all the words blurring together when trying to identify the differences between product lines and version numbers for the Instant Pot? Worry no more — here’s a detailed side-by-side comparison for you!
Type in your search terms, click the button, and a list of URLs will be auto-generated for you using that search term!
Then all you need to do is click on each one of the links to immediately go directly to each site’s search results page, and *poof* you’ve just automatically searched a whole bunch of Instant Pot blogs all at once for the recipe you are looking for!
NEW in Version 2 — more detailed output, listing site names and owners, plus adding Facebook and Pinterest search! (The Version 1 bullet list output has been retained as a bare-bones “for mobile” list.)
Learn more about why your Instant Pot’s measurement lines aren’t the kind of “cups” you might think they are!
Spoiler Alert: I found NINE different definitions across the globe about how much liquid volume is contained in the vague not-in-any-way-standardized unit of measure known as “1 cup”.
And the “cups” marked on your inner liner? Those are “Japanese Rice Cups” and NOT “American 8 fluid ounce cups”!
I decided to measure the temperature of the Instant Pot’s quick release steam plume, and after some reader feedback, I discovered an interesting fact that I’ve never seen […]
“Help! What is this Water Test everyone keeps talking about? I cannot find it in my manual!”
ProTip: It is indeed in your manual, and I have screen captures and pages numbers for you here for Lux, Duo, Duo Plus, Smart and Ultra.