At A Glance: Pressure Canners, Water Bath Canners, Pressure Cookers

“I need a pressure cooker for canning season.” Here at Lehman’s, we hear that sentence often! And we know what you mean, we really do. You want a pressure canner to put up your produce. Here’s a quick comparison of pressure canners, water bath canners and a look at what a pressure cooker can do for you.

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Click here to find out more about Lehman’s high-quality, reliable, gasket-free USA-made Pressure Canners.

New to canning? Check out this Enamelware Waterbath Canner and accessories in this Beginner’s Home Canning Kit!

Pressure cooker set Lehmans.com

Made in Germany, this Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker Set lets you braise, stew, steam, extract juice, thaw, deep-fry, even cook your whole meal at once. At Lehman’s in Kidron, Ohio, or at Lehmans.com.

The pressure cooker (photo, right), is also handy to have around the house. You can make stews, soups, amazingly tender meat dishes in less than with standard baking or stovetop cooking methods.

You can use a pressure cooker on any stove, even an induction stove.  Modern pressure cooker pans and skillets are safe, easy to clean, and help preserve vitamins and minerals in your foods, because the cooking time is shortened.

They’re not made to can–just to cook great food fast!

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