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I Have book. Need to sell one. Just can't work out which one. I always go for 3l one but brought 6.5l in hope of batch cooking.But the casseroles we end up doing aren't that nice so don't bother freezingShould I get rid of big one of are bigger useful?
Whoops meant I have both....
I always go by 'bigger the better' for myself with pots and pans as I am greedy fairly organised with cooking and sometimes entertain many people at once. But in your case, I would get rid of the 6.5l one as it doesn't sound like it is used much.
Well if you're not going to use the bigger one, that's the one to sell ! If you think you might get into batch cooking then I'd keep both. I've got a small and a large and use both.
I have a 1.2L, a 3.5L and a 6.5L and I've only used the 6.5L about twice. The 1.2L gets loads of use.
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