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 Post subject: Top Four Best Pressure Canners
PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 3:37 am 

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You have to admit, some of the old-style pressure canners are just a tad intimidating and quite impressive looking too, with plumes of steam that come rushing through a small pipe as a balancing weight jiggles, large wing-nuts clamp the lid to its enormous kettle… it’s all a touch “mad scientist-y,” isn’t it?

We’ve looked at what type of gear is required for using a pressure canner, what features to look for if you’re in the market to buy a new one, and then we wrap up with reviews from four of the most popular pressure canners for online shoppers in today’s marketplace. So if you would like a bit more information about how they work or why they’re so important for safely preserving low-acid foods or you’re new to the world of pressure canners, please read on. Check out our top four Image Instant Pot Duo 8 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker Reviews for canning.

Best Overall: Granite Ware Pressure Canner


You must try the Granite Ware pressure canner, if you have never cooked with a Ball pressure canner before. It is great for somebody who is going to be using a pressure canner for the very first time. This canner is made of hard anodized aluminum, so when it isn’t being used as a canner, the pot can be used for cooking a wide variety of foods. The handles stay cool during the canning process and the lid is made of stainless steel and you can move it on and off the pot while it’s hot.

The rack fits into the bottom of the pot to keep jars off the bottom during canning. If you like, you can steam tamales or other similar foods or vegetables with the steamer insert that fits into the stepped section of the pot that’s about 1/3 of the way from the bottom. When canning is done, the rack handles make it easy to lower the jars into the pot.

This 20-quart cooker can hold eight pint-sized jars or seven quart-sized jars, so you can use it for safely canning non-acidic foods. It has an adjustable regulator system that can be set to 15 psi, 5 psi, or 10 psi. You can also use it as a standard pressure cooker for large batches of meat and other foods.

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Best Budget: Mirro Polished Aluminum Pressure Canner


If you don’t care much about using the pot for stovetop cooking or pressure cooking and are just looking for a canner then this Mirro Polished Aluminum Pressure canner will make your wallet happy. This is the best pressure canner for beginners since it’s made from aluminum. It would be fine for non-acidic foods or for steaming but it shouldn’t be used for cooking reactive foods like potatoes.

This 22-quart canner holds five quart-sized jars or 16 pint-sized jars. It has an adjustable regulator for 15 psi, 5 psi, or 10 psi and of course, it’s great for canning. The safety features include a locking lid, a gasket pressure release, and a reusable over-pressure plug. This canner includes a cooking rack.

Best Compact: All American 10-1/2-Quart Pressure Canner


A small, compact 10-1/2 quart canner might make sense if you want to occasionally can small batches of vegetables or soup stock. This one is only 10-¼ inches inside diameter and 11-3/4 inches tall, so it won’t take as much storage space as a larger canner, yet it holds seven pint jars or four quart jars. This is a stainless steel pressure canner.

Since this has a metal-to-metal sealing system, there are no gaskets that need replacing. Wing nuts on the lid clamp it shut, and the lid is easy to put on and take off because you don’t have to deal with a gasket.

The regulator weight is adjustable for 15 psi, 10psi, or 5psi. This canner is made from cast aluminum with a satin finish so it’s easy to keep clean. For safety, it has an automatic over-pressure release.

Best Electric: Ball FreshTech Electric Water Bath Canner


Ball FreshTech Electric Water Bath Canner is one of the best electric pressure canners. While it’s designed particularly for canning, it can also be used to cook soup or pasta, as well as steaming foods. This 21-quart cooker is intended for canning high-acid foods like relishes, pickles, tomatoes, jams, and high-acid fruits. It holds seven quart-sized jars or eight pint-sized jars. This canner has a pop-up pressure indicator that also locks the lid in place for safety when a small amount of pressure remains. Since it does not reach very high pressure, it should not be used for broth or low-acid foods like soup, meat, non-acidic vegetables, or fish.

If you don’t want to use the spout function, a plug can be used to seal the spout. A drain spout allows you to drain hot water from the canner without having to move the entire canner full of hot water. This is for the safety of the user.

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That brings us to the end of these exciting canner options. These large kettles offer outstanding opportunities for preserving a wide range of foods.

You can take advantage of seasonal savings, safely can game, fish, poultry, and meat and store your garden harvest. Being straightforward in design, a good pressure canner is a worthwhile investment. For those of you who have experience with these wonderful kettles already, that will stretch your food budget with a pantry full of goodies. For those that don’t, this is a great place to get your questions answered, so ask away! I hope you enjoyed my pressure canner reviews today.

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