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Convenient Steam Canner

Item #8640
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If you can lots of fruit or tomatoes, you may never go back to a water bath method again. Steam canning is a quicker and easier way to process fruit, jams, applesauce, tomatoes and other high acid foods.
  • Non-rust aluminum resists chipping
  • Complete instructions included
  • Holds 7 quarts or 9 pints
  • Inside dimensions 9-1/4"H x 12-1/2"ID, 4-1/2 lb
  • Imported
Note: We do not recommend processing vegetables in a steam canner. Always follow USDA recommendations when canning and processing food.

This canner has a ribbed bottom. Not recommended for use on a glass-top stove.

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CONVENIENT STEAM CANNER DESCRIPTION
  • Added advantage, its lid doubles as a 10-qt stockpot
  • Base and rack make an excellent roaster!
  • Cuts preheating time in half because there's much less water to boil
  • Eliminates heavy lifting of racks
  • Won't boil over
  • Keeps your kitchen cooler in the heat of summer
  • Uses only 3 pints of water

Customer Reviews of Convenient Steam Canner
Product Rating: 3.2 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 4/14/2013
said: D
"Love this steam canner. I have used mine for 3 canning seasons now. I have never had any jars go bad. It cleans up so much easier than my water bath canner and it doesn't heat up the kitchen as much. When I am done there is only a less than 1/2 gallon of hot water to pour down the drain and the heat is gone out of the kitchen- no big pot to sit around and cool down."
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- 9/3/2012
said: Debbie
"I own this canner and understand why folks would find using steam attractive. A cautionary statement should be made in that the USDA and Extension Services do not endorse steam processing for high acid foods with the rational that the heat treatment is inconsistent in the center of the jars for killing microorganisms."
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- 9/3/2012
said: Debbie
"I admit that I have this canner and understand why folks would want to use it, however, the USDA and Extension Services do not endorse steam canning for high acid foods with the rational that there is not a consistent heat treatment in the center of the jar to kill microorganisms. A cautionary statement should be made."
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- 9/30/2011
said: Stan
"The steam canner is "flimsy". The aluminum is thin and soft. There were some dents on the bottom unit attesting to the flimsiness. It is functional but not a $70 value."
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