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'Warm' setting on a slow cooker?

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Biscuitsandtea Tue 06-Sep-11 19:51:20

Hi,

This will probably sound a bit of a silly question (and I apologise that I can't find my slow cooker instructions), but is the 'warm' setting likely to be hotter or colder than the 'low' and 'high' settings?

I didn't know whether it would be colder so you could leave something on warm and it wouldn't cook too much more but wouldnt go cold, or whether it was hotter than high so that you could reheat something that may have gone cold in there?

Any help gratefully received.

Thanks

fergoose Tue 06-Sep-11 21:06:56

my warm setting is like a keep warm only not cooking, which is lower than low and high which are both settings for cooking. I often start stuff high for couple hours, then switch down to low to simmer and then keep warm once it is done if we are not ready to eat yet.

Biscuitsandtea Tue 06-Sep-11 21:11:17

Ah perfect - thank you smile

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