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Mehu-Liisa - Stainless Steel Steam Juicer & Food Steamer - 11 liter
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- Durable, high nickel-content stainless steel. Decades of superior craftsmanship and design. Made in Finland
- Three part design: 11 qt. steamer basket, 4 qt. juice kettle, 1.25 gal. water pan. Includes lid & food-safe silicone drain tube with clamp.
- Gentle steam process extracts 100% pure, concentrated juice from berries, fruit, and vegetables and cooks meats, seafood, and complete meals.
- Steam juicing cookbook full of recipes for juice, jams, jellies, syrups, wine, and much more.
- No more messy squeezing and straining - as easy as boiling water.
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|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Color||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||As Shown||As Shown|
|Dimensions||16 inches x 0 inches x 11 inches||14.5 inches x 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches||18.5 inches x 15.25 inches x 11.5 inches||15.25 inches x 13.5 inches x 12.75 inches|
|Item Package Weight||7.9 pounds||8.9 pounds||12.45 pounds||14.65 pounds|
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The Mehu-Liisa Steam Juicer saves you hours of work. No more squeezing, straining, or messy cheesecloth. The juicer-steamer is made in Finland of durable, high-nickel content stainless steel by Opa-Muurikka OY, world famous for fine craftsmanship and superior design. Steam juicing is the easiest home food preservation method for fruit juice and vegetable juice. The Mehu-Liisa steam juicer is perfect for canning unlimited batches of 100% pure juice, jelly, and syrup. Steam cook vegetables, meats, puddings, breads, and complete meals. The Mehu-Liisa steamer juicer is perfect for preserving the seasonal harvest: rhubarb, strawberries, cherries, blueberries, raspberries, stone fruit, grapes, and apples and pears. This economical food preservation tool comes with a steam cooking recipe book.
Fill water pan, cover with lid, bring to boil. Prep fruit, fill steam basket, layer with sweetener if desired. Place basket and juice kettle on water pan. Cover, clamp off hose. Steam over steady boil (not furious) for alloted time (hour or less). Always ensure there is enough water to continuously steam, DO NOT LET THE WATER PAN BOIL DRY! Draw off juice into sanitized canning jars, process according to USDA guidelines.
Top Customer Reviews
That's when I called the local home extension office. The sent me to a store that carried this steamer. Problem solved. I finished the remaining 42 feet of grapevine in about 8 hours and had 14 gallons of concentrated grape juice to show for my efforts.
The price tag may seem high, but it *is* stainless steel and has given me 14 years of good service so far. I expect it will last beyond when I will be interested in making grape juice.
However, I think it has two design issues that I personally didn't care for. Some people might not bother with these issues, some might think they are non-issues, and yet some might even see them as an advantages - I just didn't care for them.
First, it's middle section pot (which holds the pasteurized juice) has to fit exactly in the bottom section pot (which holds the water). This is because the spout that pours out the juice (on the middle section pot) is exactly at the bottom side and it hits the top edge of the bottom section pot.
In turn, the two pieces fit together like a puzzle. On the outset, that is good - there are advantages to that; however, my problem is that this enables pulp to mix with your pasteurized juice. Because the spout is right at the bottom, all the pulp that settles on the bottom drains with the juice (some people might like this, but I don't). I'd rather have the spout be slightly higher on the pot, so that the sediment and pulp will nestle below it and not mix with my juice.
Second, the other design issue I don't care for is the size of the water pot on the bottom section. It is too small for my likes. Now don't get me wrong, the Mehu-Liisa did this on purpose because they made up for the smallness of the bottom section pot to increase the size of the juice basket; and it is huge - so in turn you have less space to boil water, and more space for fruit.
Again, there are trade-offs.Read more ›
I plant a LOT of tomatoes and can them in sauce, spaghetti sauce, chili, ketchup, etc, etc, etc.... Before my steam juicer I had to boil the tomatoes and then run them through a sieve and then cook them AGAIN to boil of some of the excess liquid and thicken the sauce. This left the tomatoes tasting a little over processed (and sometimes even a little scorched) and took hours and hours to do. With the steam juicer, the excess juice is already removed and when you put the remaining tomatoes through the sieve (I use my kitchen aid mixer attachments) the sauce is perfect just the way it is. No need to process again which leaves a much fresher tasting product. I love my Mehu-Liisa!
It is beautiful. It's gorgeous.
I have had an old aluminum steamer I bought off ebay that I've used for about 3 yrs.. It worked absolutely awesome, but gave me the heebie jeebies that I was boiling in aluminum. I carefully researched stainless steel and went with Mehu Lissa.
I'm pretty disappointed.
First off, the packaging sucked. (I didn't buy it off Amazon, I bought it off the Mehu Lissa site) My brand new steamer has two dings in it already, right out of the box. It came in a thin cardboard box that was exactly the width of the steamer, no padding. My steamer arrived two days ago, I sold my old one this morning, I got the new steamer out of the box and am about to make blackberry juice, so I can't send it back, as my fruit is ready now, and it already took almost 2 weeks to arrive.
Nextly, this steamer is so thin. Be assured you WILL dint it while washing it in your kitchen sink, it is really that thin.
You will never use the bottom for a cooking pot, as the sharp thin edges will get quickly destroyed by metal stir spoons. The metal is SO thin.
It is absolutely beautiful. You will love looking at it, you will love the pictures on the website, as it sits there, gleaming.
It is thin. WAY too thin. As soon as you have dings, you have air leaks. As soon as you have air leaks, the steam escapes and it becomes unefficient.
My final comment is that the handles are sharp. They are not comfy to hold on to. They are fastened on by pin-prick sized rivits..(sp?) Who would design sharp edges handles on something that you have to hold on to???Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We did currant jelly, the process, since it required no added water had a very intense flavor over the 40 years of adding water and cooking. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Edward Miklavcic Jr.
My family processes gallons and gallons of wild berries into juice (and further into syrups and jellies) every year. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Celia Miller
Love our new mehu liisa. We have apple trees and have finally found the easy way to make excellent sugar free juice and I use the pulp and skin for apple butter.Published 9 months ago by Joan Novoselac
The steamer worked great. I was able to make grape juice and then wine with no problems. Differently will be using it for years.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
We made many many jars of grape juice. The steamer is a breeze to use and so easy to clean up.Published 9 months ago by Cathy Harworth
This works great. We have a small orchard this shortens the jam process just great!!!Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
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