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This is my first use of Fagor electric premium pressure cooker. I was cooking 2 artichokes. The manual said to cook 8-10 mins. I cooked for 10 mins., quick release, not done.

I added another 10 mins., quick release, not done, added 15 minutes, not done, added another 15, not done.

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