Why should you learn to pressure can?
Pressure Canning Kills more germs and bacteria than water bath canners, and it’s the only way you can put up nonacid foods, such as meat, beans and vegetables.
How To Use A Pressure Canner
Have you always wanted to learn how to use a pressure canner but you were afraid? Steady your nerves – you can do it! Don’t miss my post about the first time I used my pressure canner. What did I put up? Why water of course! It’s a great way to practice without worrying about loosing money on produce, plus the processing time is much less…
Watch this video from Homesteading Girl to see the All American Pressure Canner in action.
Here is the link to the All American Pressure Cooker/Canner Instruction Manual Click Here! PLUS I made you a handy Pressure Canning Checklist to download and use the next time you pressure or water bath can.
The All American Pressure Cooker Canner Giveaway
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.
What is in this giveaway:
One All American 15-1/2 Quart Pressure Cooker Canner
Valued at $336.00
How Many Winners:
There will be just one winner.
Begins – October 19th at 5am MDT
Ends – October 25th at 5pm MDT
To enter you must be at least 18 years old, and are a resident of the United States of America.
The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders.
I’d love to hear why you would like to have an All American Pressure Cooker.
Pat Roderique says
I’ve been wanting one all summer. I learned to can from my mother but hadn’t done any for years because I was working full time. Then the allergies got me and if I don’t grow it or make it I don’t eat it now. I’m not allergic to FOOD, I’m allergic to preservatives and other additives! So if I want to eat, I have to garden and cook! I sure miss some things, but I’m learning to make them. I used the freezer more this summer and fall because I can’t afford a pressure cooker yet.
Teri K says
I would love to put up soups and easy quick meals for those nights when there’s much to do and little time to meal prep and still have family dinners!
I grew up on a farm and my family canned all our vegetables so I’m comfortable doing that. However, we never canned any meat and I would love to learn how to do that.
Joyce Gallegos says
I am a new canner and this is just a fantastic prize. Whoever the extremely lucky winner will be I know they will be overjoyed with this prize for many years to come.
gigi davis says
It will not let me enter
Did you get entered Gigi?
I have been wanting to learn how to pressure can for a long time, but the money has not been in the budget!
cindy b says
I would can chicken! And Bacon. I have been getting meat from a local meat market and the freezer is full. I only have a water bath canner and its not enough. Thanks so much for the Give-a-way!!
Linda W says
I have never canned on my own before, but we have 9 acres of wonderful fruit and veggies. NOW is the time to learn! 🙂 Thanks for offering us this opportunity.
Corie W says
Would love to be able to can different meats
Susan Blakely says
I’m a new prepper, and I want to learn how to can foods safely, including meats. As a beginner, there are a lot of pricey items I’ve been investing in slowly, one-at-a-time. This beautiful pressure canner would provide a fabulous jump start.
I would love to win this. my husband and I started gardening and I can a few things but would love to do more but have wanted a good pressure canner i just use a big stock pot
The first thing I would put up would be bone broth! I got to help my ‘Canning Guru’ put up her broths earlier this summer, & want one of these amazing pressure canners! She has kids at home, & has the giant one!