I shot a time lapse video while I was working on the last week’s Pressure Cooker Brazilian Black Bean Stew:.
Video: Pressure Cooker Feijoada Time Lapse [Youtube.com]
Recipe: Pressure Cooker Feijoada - Brazilian Black Bean and Meat Stew
- I should be jaded, but...I can't stop watching this time lapse. Especially the bacon. At first, nothing is happening…then it starts to render some fat. At that point, I’m hooked, and can’t stop watching until the end. I just wish the 40 minutes of “under pressure” were more interesting than watching the sun slowly set in the reflection on the wall.
- I was also surprised…or, should I say, I am always surprised…at how long it takes to edit video. Even one as minimally edited as this one. After years of blogging, I feel like I can knock out a recipe post pretty quickly - I have my photo editing and writing workflows down pat. But when it comes to video, I’m a raw beginner, fumbling my way through the process every time. I’m trying to do more video, but it’s a process. Hopefully it gets better as I do it more…which, of course, means more than one video every six months. Sigh.
What do you think?
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Thank know you for this helpful video. I was about to spend $$$and possibly hours on a pot instead of using my pressure cooker.
Mike Vrobel says
Great video. Helps a lot when preparing the dishes to know what I am getting into for recipes like this that require lots of browning and sauteing .
I loved this time lapse video and really appreciate your recipes. You have been a great help to me in exploring uses for my new Instant Pot!