Mayflower Trading Company
A pilgrimage to resource efficiency
The Homestead Kitchen
Equipment for heat-processing home-canned food is of two main types--boiling-water canners and pressure canners.
All high acid foods should be processed in a water bath or steam canner and all low acid foods in a pressure canner.
Higher acid foods (and those which have been acidified) that may be safely canned in a boiling water bath canner or a steam canner include jams, jellies, pickles, applesauce, apple butter, peaches, peach butter, pears, pear butter, spaghetti sauce without meat, ketchup and tomatoes.
Low-acid foods include meat, dairy, poultry, all vegetables (except tomatoes) and some fruits. These need to be processed in a pressure canner
To learn more about canning and what kind of canner to use for your project, check out the
of the site.
Total Items: 4
Use Default Sorting
Price: Low to High
Price: High to Low
Aluminum Multi-Use Canner
Stainless Steel Canning Rack - Flat
Stainless Steel Multi Use Canner
Victorio Aluminum Steam Canner