Pressure Canner

I’m so excited! I’m finally taking the plunge and purchasing my genuine All American Pressure Canner, made right here in the good ole’ US of A by Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry, since 1930 no less. All reviews for this canner are totally stellar, and some folks have original versions they still use from the 30’s! That’s pretty impressive if you ask me.

Pressure canners are great for preserving low-acid veggies like green beans as well as various cuts of meat. I plan to start with veggies then try out the meats. I’ll let you all know how it goes!

Here she is, model 921 with a 21-quart capacity:

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