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This item: Granite Ware 0707-1 Steel/Porcelain Water-Bath Canner with Rack, 21.5-Quart, Black
Granite Ware 6125-2 21-Quart Stock Pot B001GXRPQW
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|Item Weight||3.8 pounds||Information not Provided||7.5 pounds||Information not Provided|
|Warranty Description||1 Year limited warranty||1 Year limited warranty||5 Year limited warranty||1 Year limited warranty|
|Size||21.5 quarts||21 quarts||18.5 quarts||12 quarts|
Canning is an economical way to preserve fresh quality foods at home while retaining their important vitamins and nutrients. The right equipment is essential to ensure a quality product and Granite Ware offers all the basics for blanching produce for the freezer or for cold pack canning.
Granite Ware water-bath canners have been the standard for canning for over 100 years. The stepped design of our canners produces more even heat by allowing more boiling water contact with the top half of the jars. Used to elevate food temperature above 212-degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes or more, which kills all the bacteria found in high acid fruits and vegetables. The water-bath canner creates a vacuum seal when the jars cool, sealing out air and bacteria.
Granite Ware Canners come in multiple sizes to fit your needs: 12-quart canner (#0706) that holds 7 one-pint jars; 21.5-quart canner (#0707) that holds 7 one-quart jars or 9 one-pint jars or 12 half-pint jars; 33-quart canner (#0709) that holds 9 one-quart jars or 14 one-pint jars or 17 half-pint jars. Additional equipment available: Blancher with drainer insert (#6140), Preserving Kettle (#0703), Colander (#0713), 5-Piece Canning Tool Set (#0720) and Silicone Jar Toppers (#0723 & #0724).
Originally founded in 1871, Columbian Home Products is one of the oldest cookware manufacturers in the U. S., famous for producing Porcelain on Steel cookware. We have been producing Granite Ware cookware in our Terre Haute, IN facility since 1901.
Granite Ware has a carbon steel core for strength, conductivity and superior heat distribution. Porcelain is fused to the steel at 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit producing a non-porous, inert glass surface that is naturally non-stick. Porcelain can chip if dropped, however this does not reduce the effectiveness of the cookware. There are no PTFE’s, PFOA’s or any other chemicals to change the taste, color or nutritional value of the food.
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Have done many jars of pickles and jellies. We did as a family project and had a great time.Published 3 hours ago by Gayle Mullikin
This was a gift for my daughter-in-law who is just starting out canning. I've been canning for years - I learned from my mom and grandmother. I also teach canning. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stephanie Kline
Quick delivery, product matches description and ease of order.
I definitely recommend to my family and friends.
Awesome price for the canner. Was nearly 50% less than in my local hardware or kitchen store.Published 6 days ago by Carol Sundberg
Extremely lightweight with some sharp edges. It will do what it says and when canning fruits and pickles, no more is needed than a big pot, which this is. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Aalea1
The canner arrived in perfect condition and is just what I wanted. I have used these canners for many years on smooth top ranges of various brands and never encountered any... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Shyre L. Mccune
I haven't used the product yet, but I know it will work great as I used to own one before. I am going to can jams, and jellies, and pickle vegetables, and it will work great as my... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Michael Stoffal
Perfect for water bath canning and cheap enough that it makes doing your tomatoes and other high acid foods economical to make. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Rosa Cantu