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Re: pressure canner [Re: pintail_drake04] #7306740
07/15/21 03:52 PM
07/15/21 03:52 PM
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I just bought an older Mirro 22 quart pressure pot. So when I get back home I'll start canning green beans. I ordered a new seal for it and that should arrive next week when I a home.


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Re: pressure canner [Re: KeithC] #7306904
07/15/21 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by KeithC
I just saw a used All American Pressure Cooker 921 for sale for $120.00. It looks like it's been hardly used. Is that a decent price?

What's a used All American Pressure Cooker in decent used condition worth? I frequently see them at auction.

Keith



I would not think twice about buying it. We got ours for around 320 at an Amish store. Drove an hour and half each way to get it just because it was in stock.

I will buy more if I see a deal like that. I still have an open burner on my canning set up. I prefer to get it done as fast as possible. 2 would be 2x as fast.

Last edited by Providence Farm; 07/15/21 07:37 PM.
Re: pressure canner [Re: pintail_drake04] #7307040
07/15/21 11:04 PM
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I hear American canner is the best, no gasket, about 500$

Re: pressure canner [Re: pintail_drake04] #7311229
07/22/21 07:10 AM
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Re: pressure canner [Re: bblwi] #7311252
07/22/21 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by bblwi
We freeze almost all vegetables except the tomato products, pickles, relish and kraut.
Bryce


You do not need a pressure canner for any of those products. They are all acidic. LLL


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