Lakeland 5.5L Digital slow cooker and multicooker 63411 review
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Lakeland’s digital slow and multicooker is a 2-in-1 kitchen gadget with 10 different cooking programs to choose from, including slow cook, rice, fry and steam. A large LED touchscreen display on the front should help make it simple to use. But can this slow cooker take on the likes of Instant Pot or Ninja in the multicooker stakes? Read our first look review where we reveal our initial impressions
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