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Cook N Home 7-quart Steam Canner with Rack
Make your own canned goods just like grandma did in less time with this durable steam canner. The large pot features holes that automatically provide ventilation for your jars, and it has an insert that keeps your jars stable and upright.
ITEM#: 14143378This canner by Cook N Home holds seven regular 1-quart jars and the steam canner is made of aluminum for fast heating. With a domed lid that doubles as a big pot when placed on the stove, this aluminum insert rack is steady and holds jars in place.
- Surface: Aluminum
- Material: Aluminum
- Not oven safe
- Bakelite handle stay cool when cooking
- Dome lid with air release hole for proper ventilation
- Hand-wash, not for induction stove top, not for glass top
- Dimensions: 9.5 inches high x 13 inches wide x 13 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Product Features||Includes Lid|
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