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    pallavi kakkar is offline Junior Member
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    Hi

    Please check the sentence mentioned below and let me know how to frame it in a better way.

    I cooked pulse in the pressur cooker, it required five whistles. I asked my mother to turn off the gas after five whistles.



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    Pallavi

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    I'd say I cooked pulses in the pressurecooker; they required...

    Who are you writing for? I ask because I did not know what you meant by five whistles and had to look it up: India's Whistling Pressure Cookers

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    Default Re: pressure cooker

    Hello Pallavi

    What about?


    • I put pulse in the pressure cooker and had my mother turn off the gas after the fifth whistle.
    • It takes five whistles to cook pulse.


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    Default Re: pressure cooker

    Yes, but you still need to say pulses.

    Rover

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