Power Pressure Cooker XL 10 Qt
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LOL... gotta love and respect the mob doctors going the extra mile to properly autoclave their instruments! Kudos!
Doc Ed
· March 15, 2015
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Yes, you CAN can in this. There are 3 electric pressure canners (that I know about) which you can safely can low acid foods with (at sea level). This item (in various sizes), the Ball FreshTech 1440035015 Auto (expensive), and the one I have, the CAREY DPC-9SS Smart Pressure Canner & Cooker (expensive on Amazon somet… see more Yes, you CAN can in this. There are 3 electric pressure canners (that I know about) which you can safely can low acid foods with (at sea level). This item (in various sizes), the Ball FreshTech 1440035015 Auto (expensive), and the one I have, the CAREY DPC-9SS Smart Pressure Canner & Cooker (expensive on Amazon sometimes). The reason I like the Carey is that it can take the quart widemouth jars, and can also can at higher elevations. I have canned HUNDREDS of jars with my electric canner - mostly meats. Never a problem. You cannot can low acid foods with just a standard electric pressure cooker though, like the Instant Pot. It must be designed for canning, like the three I referenced above. see less Yes, you CAN can in this. There are 3 electric pressure canners (that I know about) which you can safely can low acid foods with (at sea level). This item (in various sizes), the Ball FreshTech 1440035015 Auto (expensive), and the one I have, the CAREY DPC-9SS Smart Pressure Canner & Cooker (expensive on Amazon sometimes). The reason I like the Carey is that it can take the quart widemouth jars, and can also can at higher elevations. I have canned HUNDREDS of jars with my electric canner - mostly meats. Never a problem. You cannot can low acid foods with just a standard electric pressure cooker though, like the Instant Pot. It must be designed for canning, like the three I referenced above.
Verdant Treasures
· December 3, 2017
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At 120 V with 1000 watts of load it will pull 8.3 amps
Colonel
· August 22, 2015
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It comes with 3 wire racks, steamer, measuring cup and rice paddle.
Sherri L. Stockdale
· April 9, 2016
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It is aluminum with a non stick coating. The coating flakes off in my 10qt unit.
Mr. Stephen Nagy
· December 24, 2017
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Not sure what you mean, but if you're asking can you make smaller recipes, yes you can.
Joanne D.
· September 10, 2016
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Ashley I never canned anything so I'm not sure, you can go to powerpressure.com or even look at a video on QVC, they maybe able to tell you.
Joanne D.
· August 1, 2016
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My pressure cooker takes at least 5 min. To seal and pressurize before it starts to cook. I can hear it Lightly building pressure when starting. It will release steam when I turn the knob when done. If I let it just go to warm when done and come back later, the pressure has released on its own.. I'm still new with thi… see more My pressure cooker takes at least 5 min. To seal and pressurize before it starts to cook. I can hear it Lightly building pressure when starting. It will release steam when I turn the knob when done. If I let it just go to warm when done and come back later, the pressure has released on its own.. I'm still new with this cooker and I think I just need more practices with it. It does cook well so far as advertised. Good luck see less My pressure cooker takes at least 5 min. To seal and pressurize before it starts to cook. I can hear it Lightly building pressure when starting. It will release steam when I turn the knob when done. If I let it just go to warm when done and come back later, the pressure has released on its own.. I'm still new with this cooker and I think I just need more practices with it. It does cook well so far as advertised. Good luck
William Phillips
· January 6, 2015
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Very simple to seal, you should have no problems at all.
R. Ramirez
· December 25, 2015
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No only pints it will hold 7
Sandra R Gregg
· October 30, 2016