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Pressure Canning Foods

Any time you are processing low-acid foods like meat, carrots, potatoes, and such, you must use a pressure canner.  

There are a few brands of pressure canners in varying price ranges.  We've found them on sale from $69.00 for Mirror and Presto canners to $150 to $400.00 for an All American canners. 

 

We have Presto's and All American Canners.

The main thing about the All American canners is they do not require a silicone rubber seal.  Both Presto and Mirror canners do.  

We pressure can beef, broths, chicken, carrots, potatoes, corn, green beans, beans, salsa, spaghetti sauce, soups, a few chutneys and more. 

 

Here we will be posting the many things we put up as long as I can remember to get the camera!