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Granite Ware 0707-1 Steel/Porcelain Water-Bath Canner with Rack, 21.5-Quart, Black

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  • Pot Made in USA
  • 21.5-Quart Capacity
  • Holds 7 one-quart jars, 9 one-pint jars or 13 half-pint jars
  • Provides excellent heat distribution
  • Dishwasher safe
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  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 14 x 10 inches ; 3.8 pounds
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Granite Ware 0707-1 Steel/Porcelain Water-Bath Canner with Rack, Black

Canner with Jar Rack
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Granite Ware Canner with Jar Rack

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.


Features:
  • Porcelain surface with durable steel core provides excellent heat distribution, reducing time and energy
  • Includes jar rack with contoured handles to allow for easy lifting and resting on pot rim
  • Can be used on gas, electric and induction stove tops
  • Dishwasher safe
Assist handles for easy lifting
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Why Granite Ware 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).

Rack holds 7 one-quart jars
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Granite Ware by Columbian Home Products

Originally founded in 1871, Columbian Home Products is the oldest cookware manufacturer in the U.S., famous for producing Porcelain on Steel cookware. The Columbian Home Products name was taken from the Columbian Exposition World Fair in Chicago in 1893 where we won the cookware innovation award for our naturally non-stick enameling process. 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. 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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Customer Reviews

I would recommend anyone doing canning buy one of these pots.
Daniel Smith
The wire rack is sturdy, the canner deep enough for larger jars, and the lid fit snuggly to ensure my water boiled.
Becky in NOLA
The canner I bought came in good time, it looked just like the one my mom used many years ago.
Alan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

226 of 229 people found the following review helpful By H. Grace on October 1, 2008
The Granite Ware 21-Quart Covered Preserving Canner with Rack is a light-weight, lidded pot with a steel canning rack. As promised, the rack holds seven quart jars and with a little ingenuity, it can hold nine pint jars.

This canner is larger than most burners and may cause stovetop surface stains when used for extended periods. It cleans easily, holds the temperature and seems well constructed for such an inexpensive piece.

The graphic on the Amazon product page shows the canner with the rack lifted up and supported by the edge of pot. I was a tad nervous about lifting seven filled quart jars but the rack, though light-weight, was up to the task.

The only issue I have is with the height. To immerse seven one-quart jars with two inches of water above the lids means splashing or overflow will happen. I found no work-around for this problem but, for someone like me whose needs are limited (about 100 jars per season) this canner is a great addition.

If storage space was limited in this household, I would have an additional issue with the size of the canner. That's not a problem for me but it could be a consideration.

For those considering purchasing this as a stockpot as well as a canner, look elsewhere. The steel and enamel coating are too thin for anything beyond boiling water.

I am glad I made this purchase, it suits our purposes well.
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119 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Foster on July 21, 2007
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The canner rack was so flimsy that it actually bent when the canning jars were being put onto the rack. The hooks for holding the rack up on the side kept giving way and allowing the jars to fall into the water before the rack was filled
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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Janice R. Manning on November 9, 2006
I like the canner and have used it many times since purchasing it. The only problem is the holder that holds the canning jars. It is made such that 8 oz. and 4 oz. canning jars fall through making it difficult to lift the jars out after processing.
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103 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Avid Reader 223 on September 2, 2010
I'm a beginner canner and have been looking into the different supplies needed- including a water bath system. After reading the reviews on this product I went to a local store and checked them out. The negative reviews were confirmed- these are very flimsy and cheap, even the one I was looking at was all dinged up and damaged. I went home and looked into it and it turns out you can use any large pot for water bath canning so long as you have something between the bottom of the pot and the glass jars (connecting some canning bands together seems to be the cheapest and easiest option). Although you miss out on having a rack that you can elevate and rest on the pot- I don't think I'd trust this cheap rack to elevate seven quart jars anyways. I thought this information might be helpful to anyone who doesn't have a lot of extra storage space for a really big pot but wants to start canning, like me!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Hamilton on September 14, 2007
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I only started canning this year and this canner is great. Although I use mostly pints this canner is large enough that I don't have to add water during the process. I bought a pint rack separately and it works great in this canner. I have a ceramic top stove and this canner heats up quickly--especially with the lid on.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By E. Riley on November 3, 2006
This canner is good for tomatoes and fruits. It holds 7 of the larger jars and has a rack. The color matches my kitchen decor well and so I also use it for decoration if the off season. The lid and pan are sturdy and after proper shipping it had no dents or dings. The USFDA does not reccommend this type of canning for foods with low acidity, however border line items, such as tomotoes, you can add a minimal amount of lemon juice to increase this and it does not affect flavor. This product is fairly light weight, especially considering the size. Make sure yours comes with a rack!
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53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Wendy on March 31, 2009
Mine dented when weight was applied. Contacted customer service (not Amazon) and they've never responded.

You need to know that the bottom of this water-bath-canner is very concave which is only recommended for gas stoves. The National Center for Home Food Preservation recommends only flat bottomed canners for use on electric or flat-top stoves. I will not be able to use this canner now because of this.

At first use, the shiny coat came off of the bottle rack. It left a terrible dust coat over all of my bottles.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Rebekah S. Young on August 3, 2008
Good Product, arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Used it for my first ever canning experience. It worked great. I found that the rack will not hold pint/half pint jars without them slipping through. Will have to purchase a different rack if canning in smaller jars.
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