i have been using the crockpot liners I saw in the store. LOVE them. When you are done just wrap it up and throw and there is your clean crockpot.. sometimes i forget to put one in and sure am not happy when i realize i have to scrub it out the old longer awkward way.Georgine
When I am talking about a "crockpot" I am talking about the traditionel one made in earthen ware. It is the best as it keeps the food humid and warms the food slowly. While you prepare your vegetables and/or meat the pot is in water for 20 minutes.
Dip paper or cloth in vinegar and cover the inside of the crockpot with it. Put the lid over and let it stay overnight. Next day you clean the crockpot. The white is chalk (CaCO3) Usually you don┤t have the lid on the crockpot when it is not in use.
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The ceramic insert (liner) of my crockpot is black but is developing a whitish tinge (from repeated use?). I clean it very well with soap and water but each time I use it, it developes more and more. I can scrub it clean with SOS pads, but I am afraid that will damage the ceramic finish.
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