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I definitely understand your concerns. I would not leave it on while I was away if I was in an old building. I also use it when I am home.
Sunday's are my day to prepare my meals for the upcoming week. The reward for cooking while home is not being tied to the stove or oven and having the house filled with wonderful smells. I do hope that you do start to use it more.
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I live in a very old building and am concerned about the wiring so I will not leave any appliance plugged in when I am not home. Therefore I don't use my crock pot as much as I would like.
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Cool! Thank you for sharing I'm just starting to use mine
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I just found this team, and I know I am going to love it! I have 2 crock-pots that get well used.
Sundays I cook for the week... Usually with both going. I have found several great recipes on SparkPeople, as well as on other sites. The following is my favorite.
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