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Anyone have a recommendation for a favorite pressure canner/cooker?

asked by iuzzini almost 5 years ago
6 answers 783 views
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added almost 5 years ago

Presto 23 Qt. Even full I can maneuver it safely. Use a three piece weight versus a dial gauge. Its just easier to monitor by sound than by having to view a gauge.

693453b7-7e84-4b19-b610-d1ec77bbc42d--halloween
added almost 5 years ago

Thanks Verdigris! How many jars can you do at one time in there?

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added almost 5 years ago

Talked to someone that is in the commercial artisan canning business. They recommended the following. The best prices are available through Amazon. The brand is All-American. This link is for the 15.5 quart version, but they have a range of sizes. These things have been described as built like tanks. This size can do 10 pint jars or 7 quart jars.

http://www.amazon.com/All...


http://www.foodforthought...

C7510721-e177-481e-8125-7c4d04f5c4e8--canposter
added almost 5 years ago

I'm going to second the All-American!

By strange coincidence, I know the family that owns the All-American company. I can assure you first hand that they are devoted to manufacturing a high-quality product. They also support the product with easy access to replacement parts.

I bought mine at an estate sale and it works great. And the folks at All-American went out of their way to get me new seals. They're also planning on increasing their web support for canners and cooks. Look for more how-tos and recipes in the new year. (I'm going to tell Ben to hop to it now that I spilled the beans on foodpickle!)

693453b7-7e84-4b19-b610-d1ec77bbc42d--halloween
added almost 5 years ago

The All-American does look incredibly sturdy- in fact, I live in Indiana so it could probably double as a tornado shelter. :) I can't wait to can stock/soup!

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ody
added almost 5 years ago

For regular pressure cooking, Europe has the best model---you can get them in stainless steel, and the sealing system is simple and efficient, with just one thing to turn. (I can't say how well they'd work for canning: they don't tend to come in the squat shape that would accommodate lots of jars at a time.) I'd recommend the SEB cocotte minute authentique inox. How I wish you could buy them in the States...