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Fagor Home Canning Kit

Fagor Home Canning Kit

Fagor Home Canning Kit

  • Comes with canning rack, jar wrench, jar lifter, lid lifter, funnel, ladle, bubble freer, and cookbook
  • Designed for use with 10-quart Fagor pressure cookers
  • Stainless-steel funnel and ladle are durable and attractive
  • Bilingual cookbook (English and Spanish) includes more than 100 pages
  • Entire set weighs approximately 3.3 pounds

Now all you need is the canning jars, the pressure canner, and the harvest bounty! This kit comes with those “extras” that will make canning easier, and safer. The book is chockablock full of yummy and simple recipes too. Salsas, soups, jams and more await! Canning is a satisfying endeavor that will reward you during the chilly months with nutritious and tasty foods that recall long summer afternoons.Turning this year’s bounty of plums into preserves or pickling some hot chilies? This seven-piece canning set from Fagor has everything you’ll need to get started on a canning project. The kit includes a canning rack that holds up to four jars at a time and fits within any Fagor 10-quart pressure cooker. When sterilization is complete, the

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9 Comments/Reviews

  • Shay H says:

    I heated the pan with food in it and water and it just started building up steam on an electric stove set on medium. Then steam and water droplets came out of the handle. Is this normal?

  • Spaceycat says:
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice quality, February 3, 2006
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    This review is from: Fagor Home Canning Kit (Kitchen)

    I love the funnel! Very sturdy and durable. The canning rack fits into one of my smaller stock pots which is nice for smaller batches. This is a nice set. They include a book with some recipes and color pictures. Beware if you’ve never canned before, The pictures under the “steps for pressure canning” were taken by someone who had no clue. Step 2. shows jar of food with someone removing bubbles, step 3. wipe rims of jars… shows empty jar turned upside down with someone wiping it, step 5 shows how the magnetic lid lifter works… except they are using it after the ring is on!. Anyway this is a great set anyway.

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  • Lancaster Co. Canner says:
    76 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fagor canning equipment, July 28, 2006
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    Lancaster Co. Canner (Landisville., PA) –

    This review is from: Fagor Home Canning Kit (Kitchen)

    I have been canning for over 30 years and have canned several thousand jars of vegetables and fruit. We fed our family primarily from the garden and orchard of our 2.5 Ac. farmette. I have used Mirro, Presto, All American and Fagor equipment. All have their pros and cons. You can use pressure cookers to can. The problem is that at 15lbs psi (at sea level) your string beans will be better for the local nursing home residents than 3 bean salad. Of course if you live in the Pyrennees (Fagor is made in Spain) or an altitude calling for 15lbs to get 240 deg. that’s what you want. The 10 qt duo pressure has a fixed choice of 8lbs (not 10) or 15. 8lbs only gets you to 234.4 degrees (unless you live in Death Valley or the Dead Sea area). The bacterium which secretes the botulin toxin is killed at 240 according to the USDA. You also need the high temp to kill certain enzymes in certain foods like creamed corn which everybody with a freezer freezes today instead. But I have not had a problem with the string beans at 8 lbs. As for the tomato/onions/bell pepper/garlic/basil mix, my wife starts cooking this in the afternoon so all the bacteria is dead by the time I come home. I can it by boiling water bath (have canned over 1,000 qts.) to kill the airborne yeast in the headspace. Fagor makes quality products, even though the people writing the instructions have never canned in their life. This kit fits the 10 qt. unit. If canning is new, ask around at church or a retirement group for help. It’s more fun and easier to learn that way. -Canner from Lancaster Co., PA

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  • S. Kent "ChaCha7" says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not for large batches, February 13, 2008
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    S. Kent “ChaCha7” (Azusa, CA) –
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    Although the accessories in the this kit are very useful, the water bath basket is very small and not suitable for large canning projects.

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  • Gamer959 says:

    It is my mother’s and she has only use it for cooking food. The manual doesn’t say anything about canning so I am a bit confused. I can fit pint and half pint jars in it. Anyone know if there is a difference in pressure cookers or are they all generally the same?

  • Junior Mendoza says:

    It is my mother’s and she has only use it for cooking food. The manual doesn’t say anything about canning so I am a bit confused. I can fit pint and half pint jars in it. Anyone know if there is a difference in pressure cookers or are they all generally the same?

  • MRS Aubrey Graham says:

    My instructions are in French !

  • chanshlvn007 says:

    just wondered where you buy it from on the net so that it can be delivered to the uk. any links or help are greatfully received.

  • Marcie Carew says:

    My boiler is working fine for my hot water but is not firing up for my heating, the red light is flashing 6 times. Is there anything I can do or should I call an expert?
    The water pressure is 2.5 bars. When I switch the heating on absolutely nothing is happening, yet when I put hot water on the boiler is firing up.

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