*The pork tenderloins I use are from Costco and are a little bigger than ones I've found at the grocery store. A typical pork tenderloin is between 1.5-2.5 lbs and is a round cylinder. A pork loin has more fat and is bigger. That cut of meat can be used as well, but the cook time will vary.
**I have tried this on quick release, and while it does work just fine, some liquid splutters out of the valve, so I would recommend natural release.
A note about the cranberry sauce gravy consistency-the gravy thickens up a little bit as the lid is off and the pork is resting, it's a sauce consistency that thickens a little into what I'd consider a gravy.
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