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Ball Jar Collection Elite Stainless-Steel 21-Quart Waterbath Canner with Rack and Glass Lid (by Jarden Home Brands)
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- 21-quart stainless-steel canner with chrome-plated rack fits up to 7 quart-size jars at a time
- Double-riveted, loop side handles encased in silicone for a safe, comfortable grip
- Tempered-glass lid with steam vents allows for viewing contents at a glance
- Safe for use on all stove tops (unlike waffle-bottom canners); cleans up easily by hand
- Measures approximately 17-2/5 by 13 by 9-2/3 inches
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|Color||Stainless Steel||As Shown||Blue||Black||Black||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||13.1 x 17.4 x 9.7 in||1.25 x 3 x 10.25 in||14.2 x 16.4 x 9.4 in||12.8 x 12.8 x 20 in||14.25 x 16.38 x 9.75 in||15.1 x 15.4 x 14.8 in|
|Material Type||stainless_steel||stainless-steel, aluminum||Metal||Steel||Steel||Aluminum|
|Size||21-Quart||One Size||Holds 7 Qt Jars||11.5 qt||()||23 qt|
The time-honored tradition of fresh preserving meets modern style with the new Ball Collection Elite Stainless Steel Waterbath Canner. This sleek canner will match the decor of today’s kitchens, while delivering the superior performance and premium quality Ball Brand Fresh Preserving Products have provided for 125 years. This beautiful Collection Elite series waterbath canner will last for generations. Durable 18/10 stainless steel and large 21-quart capacity delivers superior performance and premium quality features that home canners want. Triple layer base of thick aluminum fused between stainless steel provides even and efficient heat distribution. Also perfect for preparing additional kitchen creations beyond fresh preserving – such as soups, stews, seafood and more.
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Yesterday I tried canning quarts for the first time. I used Ball jars, and of course the rack and canner are from Ball as well...however when full to the top with water, there is barely an inch over the tops of the jars...and then when boiling, the water sheets out all down the sides of the pot. What a mess.
I am quite disappointed that Ball's own jars don't work in their canner. If they'd only made it an inch taller it would have been fine. :(
Still giving 4 stars overall because, at the end of the day, I didn't buy this for the (incredibly crappy and poorly made) canning rack in it; I bought it because it's a big, stainless steel canning pot. Do the same and you should be content.
Yes, hot boiling water does spit out from under the lid. Pretty much every pot I've ever used on my stovetop does this when you've got a good boil going. Lots of hate in the reviews here for this hot-spit behavior, but I can't say that it seems excessive or even unexpected to me.
Bottom line is you should buy this pot. It'll be the last one you buy and you won't have any complaints.
I plan on purchasing a stainless steel rack to replace the rack it comes with. I like that this can also double as a stockpot for large batches of applesauce or chicken stock. I used it for pickles and applesauce and they turned out great. It would be absolutely perfect if not for the stupid rack. I know the price is probably high because the pot is stainless, but I don't feel that you should have to purchase a $30 rack when you've already spent $80 on the canner. As for the sticker, it was easy to remove once I got water boiling in the pot, but it left a "sticker shadow" behind. It's a discoloration of the metal, and I can't remove it.
Bottom line, good canner, crappy rack. The only option for flat-top stoves.
After reading the other reviews I decided to not even mess with the label until the first time I used it for canning jams. This worked out marvelously. I carefully pulled the label off in one easy, continuous piece from the still hot canner and there was no residue. This is a beautiful, well-made canner for the price and despite the canning rack, I'm very happy with it. One more caveat, if you have limited cabinet space like me, you may want to pay attention to it's dimensions; I had to build it's own shelf inside my existing cabinets because it's two inches wider in diameter than my old canner and didn't fit in the space I had.