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- 11-1/2-quart capacity stockpot-style canner, can hold up to 7 pint jars
- Black ceramic-on-steel with stain- and odor-resistant surface
- High efficiency, quick boiling performance
- Rust-proof aluminum rack included
- Easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe
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Six generations of Americans have been using Granite Ware canners to preserve fruits and vegetables. This mini canner is perfect for preserving jams, jellies and salsa. Holds seven pint jars. Comes with rack for easy lifting jars from canner. Granite Ware's high efficiency, quick boiling performance combined with its modest cost make it ideal for canning. The dark porcelain surface and steel core absorbs energy and evenly distributes heat to the contents. 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. It creates a smooth, hard finish that won’t burn and resists staining. It’s also non-porous so it won’t trap odors or food particles and provides a low coefficient of friction – meaning that it cleans up easily and, it is corrosion and chemically resistant so it will last a long time. When fired, the vessel is placed on pins so the bottom and sides are hardened during the firing process into one smooth laminated glass surface. You may notice slight pin indentations where the glass has flowed around the pin that supports the base during firing. The pin marks do not compromise the finish or performance of the vessel. Not recommended for glass cooktops. 11 1/2qt capacity.
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|Item Dimensions||12.8 x 12.8 x 20 in||16 x 17 x 13 in||14 x 11.56 x 10.5 in||10.94 x 9.63 x 9.25 in||17.5 x 13 x 9 in||12.99 x 10.43 x 6.3 in|
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|Size||11.5 qt||34 quarts||15.5 quarts||7 quarts||20-Qt||7.75-Quart|
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Now that I'm canning in little batches, concentrating on gourmet items, I wanted a smaller canner. This 11 1/2 quart made sense to me because it is designed for pints and smaller jars, the sizes I am now using. The first unit had a scratch on the underside of the lid, but since I had some fruit ready to preserve I canned some batches the first day.
A couple days later I noticed that the scratch had filled in with rust - that was speedy. I notified Amazon, and filled out the returns form and used the canner a couple more times, then packed it up and handed it off to the delivery woman in exchange for the replacement canner, which was defect-free.
Years ago I canned my pints in my larger water bath canner, but jars wobbled and fell over and sometimes the juice leaked out before the seal formed, so this time I knew I wanted the special canner designed for smaller jars. It comes with a handy jar rack that has handles designed to lift the jars out of the water, and rest on the rim. This is especially handy when some jars are filled and the rest are still empty. They can all sit in the rack, since the hot water bath can keep the sterile jars warm and also begin the warming process for the filled jars.
Then when it's time to lower all the jars into the water, using the handles allows the cook to proceed without burning fingers. After processing I usually use thick rubber gloves to grasp the hot handles and lift the jars up to the high position, to ready them for removal from the canner.
If you intend to also can half-pint and 4 oz. jars you might consider also buying the little half-pint rack. It will stabilize all the jars. The rack inside this canner is truly designed for pint jars. But it's all a good deal. Happy canning.