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All American Pressure Canner 915 15 Quart


The All American Pressure Canner 915 15 Quart is not recommended for canning fish.

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The All American line of pressure canners offers the best and safest method for home canning. The U.S.D.A. recommends that pressure canning is the only way to can meat, fish, poultry and all vegetables. This unit has the capacity needed for preparing large quantities of food and pressure cooking inexpensive meat cuts to juicy tenderness in a short time. Only All American Pressure Canners feature an exclusive, precision machined "Metal-to-Metal" sealing system. Positive action clamping locks align the cover to the base forming a steam tight seal. Because no gasket is involved, the cover is always easily opened and closed.
The All American Pressure Canner 915 15 Quart features:
  • Professional quality, extra heavy duty cast aluminum construction throughout for fast & even heating
  • Stay-cool bakelite top handle
  • Geared steam gauge
  • Equipped with 2 automatic venting features which provide an extra margin of safety (the safety control valve & overpressure plug)
  • Pressure regulator weight with settings of 5, 10 and 15 psi
  • Smooth, easy to clean satin finish
  • Double thickness edges for additional protection on points of heaviest wear
All American Pressure Canner 915 15 Quart
Item Number: OpcAA915
Price: $199.99
Shipping Weight: 21 lbs
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Includes cooking/canning rack and instruction & recipe book
Capacity - 15 1/2 Quarts (Liquid), 10 Pint Jars, 7 Quart Jars
Inside diameter - 12 5/8 inches
Inside Height - 7 1/2 inches
Overall Length - 15 1/2 inches
Overall Height - 12 1/2 inches
*Jar capacities are based on round regular mouth standard Mason jar sizes.
Made in the U.S.A.
1 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
Underwriters Laboratories Listed

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laurel
I inherited the 915 canner. Have no idea how old it is. Love it. Ordering 1 bakelite clamp, the user manual, and a rack to make it as good as new.


Re fish: the review above says the USDA says that this canner cools too fast for safe processing of fish. (I would think I\'d just can an extra five minutes, to make up for that. However, living in the mountains, I don\'t have fish to can.)
Posted at 9:00:pm 07/21/15
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Fish
per the intructions
AS RECOMMENDED BY THE USDA THE MODEL 910 AND 915 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CANNING SMOKED FISH BECAUSE
THESE UNITS HEAT AND COOL TOO QUICKLY FOR SAFE PROCESSING OF SMOKED FISH. QUART JARS ARE NO LONGER
RECOMMENDED BY THE USDA FOR SAFE PROCESSING.

http://www.allamerican-chefsdesign.com/a
Posted at 7:16:pm 03/08/15
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25+ years of heavy use and still going strong
Silvia M
I've used this model for pressure cooking legumes, grains, and various types of meat, stews, soup etc. It has withstood almost daily use for all these years and still functions as if it were brand new. I've never used it for canning so have no experience with it in that regard but if you need a workhorse of a pressure cooker this will do the job.
Posted at 12:34:am 01/20/15
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shouldnt cook fish?...OMG
JOHN PLUT
I HAVE USED MY MODEL 915 FOR PAST 20 YRS JUST TO PRESSURE COOK FISH....ALL TROUT....NEVER HAD A PROBLEM....CAN SOME ONE TELL ME WHY FISH SHOULD NOT BE COOKED USING THE COOKER....THX
Posted at 4:29:pm 12/19/14
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Love this canner!
Peggy Bay
This model works best for my stove with the microwave above it. Quart jars fit when pressure canning but there is not enough height to water bath quart jars but a separate water bath canner can solve that. Practically everything I\'ve canned so far has sealed and I\'m amazed at how easy it is to use.
Posted at 7:52:pm 11/19/14
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about Kevins Comment from 10/18/14
Michelle
You say it can not handle Quart size jars but the above description says it can. Did you mean double stacked or at all. I am always curious when a post claims ability to do something a user contradicts. I have a low hood on my stove and if this truly can not can quart sizes, then its not the model for me.
Posted at 6:44:am 10/22/14
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Great Introductory Model
Kevin
This is a great model for beginners and those who have limited space. I have had mine for about six years and it has done an excellent job. I have put away 60 pints of goodies ranging from jam/jelly to tomatoes and sauces this year. We are a small family and it meets most of our needs.

The down side is it cannot handle Quart sized jars. I intend to upgrade before next season. When we 1st purchased this model we had just enough clearance from cook top to the bottom of our microwave. This was a limiting factor and was what drove the purchase. Now that we are in a new house this is not a problem.

Hope this is useful.
Posted at 10:19:am 10/18/14
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Cany you use this on an induction cooktop?
Mary E
Does someone have and induction cooktop that they use this pressure cooker with? If not, can someone who has this pressure cooker take a magnet to the bottom and tell me if the magnet takes? If the magnet takes then I will know that it will work on an induction cooktop.
Posted at 2:37:pm 09/06/14
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Fish
Debbie
I too am wondering why you don\'t recommend canning fish with this model?
Posted at 2:57:pm 07/27/14
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Marlene
Why isn't it recommended for fish? It holds pint and half-pint jars, processes at required temperature and pressure, so why not? Is it not capable of processing for the 120 minutes required for fish?

Regarding flat-top stoves, always check with the manufacturer first. Most modern flat-top stoves can handle canners. But if you don\'t check and the stove gets damaged, they can void the warranty, if you still have one, even if the canner did not cause the problem.

You can use pots up to 2" larger diameter than the burner.
Posted at 4:16:pm 06/18/14
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All American Pressure Canner 915 15 Quart