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The sturdy lid locks down during canning or cooking; an inner sealing ring keeps the steam in. In addition to a pop-up pressure indicator and a simple steam-release mechanism, there is an overpressure plug that will let off steam if it builds up excessively. The pressure dial gauge gives an accurate reading so that pressure can be kept constant during canning. This pressure canner is also a cooker that's useful for weeknight dinners or for any meal that needs to come together quickly. An accompanying booklet contains more than 50 recipes, ranging from basic soup stocks to stews and pot roasts--even sweets like English Plum Pudding and Brown Bread. Tenderize lean cuts of beef or pork, or cook chicken, fish, or vegetables faster than you can in a microwave, and without losing moisture.
Nonabrasive cleansers are best for cleaning this aluminum pressure cooker, though occasional use of a fine metal polish will help the exterior keep its shine. The lid of the Presto 16-quart pressure canner is not immersible. In addition, the sealing ring should be removed after each use to allow cleaning of the inside rim of the lid. The dial gauge is delicate; detailed care instructions are found in the accompanying booklet. The vent pipe is simple to keep clean with a small brush or pipe cleaner, and both the air vent/cover lock and the overpressure plug are removable. The pressure cooker measures approximately 14-4/5 by 14-4/5 by 12 inches and carries a 12-year limited warranty. A detailed instruction and recipe booklet is included; special safety issues that pertain to pressure cookers are clearly explained. --Garland Withers
Size: 16 Quart
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This is my fourth year owning this and it gets used extensively all summer and fall. I highly recommend. It works perfectly every time.Published 5 days ago by Stephanie
Love canning in the pressure cooker. I have been canning chicken and it works beautifully.Published 8 days ago by Redmondmom
Keeping the pressure even is impossible - I much preferred my old caner with a weighted rocker and would have preferred to have been able to find one like it. Read morePublished 9 days ago by D Karla Zahradka
just canned venison worked great will be trying other things soonPublished 9 days ago by Sylvia Taylor
This 16 quart size turned out to be most ideal for what we require. We don't do a massive amount canning, but we can still fill the pantry. Read morePublished 19 days ago by William S