Mirro 22 Quart Pressure Canner Cooker

Mirro 22 Quart Pressure Canner Cooker

Mirro 22 Quart Pressure Canner/Cooker

Mirro pressure canners are constructed of polished, heavy aluminum, which provides fast and even heating. Canners love Mirro's weighted pressure gauge because it allows canners to can food with confidence and ease. Instead of having to watch a dial gauge, with the weighted gauge, you can simply listen for the jiggling sign of the canner and know that your food is being processed at the correct pressure setting. In addition, the Mirro pressure canner features an overpressure release valve to protect against an unsafe build up of pressure. As an added safety measure, the canner lid locks to prevent opening when the canner is under pressure. You will love the Mirro pressure canner; it is a highly effective canner with an attractive price. Holds 16 pint jars or 5 quart jars.

Our Price: $79.99

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By: Riny on 04/13/2015 10:21:10 AM

I bottled 67 pints of ckheicn over 2 days this week by myself. I bought untrimmed ckheicn for 1.69 a pound and some canning lids and I got to work.I think many people will start to rethink the high level of waste with the hard times. But, it still irritates me to watch a big huge truck tear off at an intersection and blow billows of black smoke out of the tail pipe. If people would just waste less there would be enough to go around.I can every year, but I am more gung-hoe this year. Each year I fill my jars, but I did not have enough.Then, I was given canning jars that were full of old food. Yes, I had to empty them out. I was nice canning that just got too old.(Bread and butter pickles and pickled vegetables.)I love having the bottled ckheicn. We eat very very little meat so this works well for us. I use one pint of ckheicn to a whole pot of taco soup.Next I will can the apples off of my tree.I am at the point where I have frozen enough squash and I am tired of eating tomatoes from my garden.Surely you have heard the phrase victory garden ? Google it.People were encouraged during war time to garden.It makes really good sense to use that water we are sprinkling on the yard anyway to grow food that we can eat. My front flower beds have vegetable and flowers in them. They look lovely and I am feeding my family with the result.Best wishes to you with your canning.Chili is on my list for Monday. There is a safe extension service recipe that I will use.

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