John Lewis JLSC458 6L slow cooker review
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John Lewis’s 6.5-litre slow cooker has a sleek, smart design with an LED display, a removable ceramic cooking pot and four cooking settings – low, medium, high and keep-warm. The dish and lid can be popped in the dishwasher to make clearing up easier. Our full test review reveals if this slow cooker serves up a succulent stew and a tasty casserole, or if you’ll you be scraping burnt sauce off the sides.
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