Can anyone convert this into using slow cooker?

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    I generally always give something in the slow cooker 5 hours minimum because it just makes the whole thing taste nicer regardless.

    The only thing with a slow cooker is getting it to thicken just right.

    I would normally do high until bubbling, then low for 4/5 hours+, then if its not thick enough high with lid slightly off for the last hour to thicken.

    Sorry I know this is not really helpful, but 5 hours is a good place to start I find for most things, 8 usually do up to eight for a beef casserole.
     
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    I think I'll do 7-8 on low and then if not thick enough can always lift the lid when I'm home.

    Thanks Hun. Can't wait it looks amazing! X
     
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