We are in need of a multilayer steamer but our search has been unsuccessful. It is surprising how difficult this search has turned out to be but then again this might not be a common thing here in Brazil.
We used to have a one for the past year back in Capijuma / Dark Stone Bromelias and loved their cooking time & energy efficiency. For now all we could find are the one layer steamers. Ideally we want one with four layers but at the very least one with two layers.
Let us know if you have an idea where & how we can get one!
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Your gut reaction is the same I always used to have while I was living in Europe but in Brazil things work a little different. Shipping to Brazil is expensive, things get stuck for unpredictably long periods due to the Customs & add to that the 50-100% import tax. What makes most sense is to either find it within Brazil or someone brings it for us.
Ah ok. Yes, shipping is v.expensive. Oh well, I also will keep an eye out for multi layer steamer.
Maybe in Liberdade, the Asian district in Sao Paulo they may sell Asian bamboo layerable steamers?