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Chances are you often purchase items found in cans at your grocery store. These items are affordable and relatively fresh, but why limit yourself to buying the canned foods you love when you can preserve them yourself using a pressure cooker?

By canning yourself, you can avoid the BPA that lines the inside of the cans by using glass jars, and you can eliminate all traces of sugars, chemicals and other undesirable ingredients the larger companies introduce into their canned goods.     (continued below)


Why Use Pressure Cookers?

Pressure Cookers for canning have been popular for years and for good reason. They can be used to cook a wide variety of healthier meals quickly and efficiently and they also have a second purpose—you can use them to can any food you want to preserve.

Whether you want to whip up a complete, healthy, balanced dinner for your family in 35 to 50 minutes or you want to preserve foods ranging from high acid to low, you can do so with a high quality pressure cooker such as Fagor pressure cookers.

Preserve a Wide Range of Foods with Pressure Cookers

In today’s busy world, it’s not always easy to have fresh, whole, natural foods on hand for your family. You can’t spend your whole life at the grocery store, yet you want to have fruits and vegetables as well as healthful soups and stews, sauces, jams and jellies on hand to make quick family meals after a hectic day of work and school.

When you can foods in bulk, you save valuable time you would otherwise spend shopping for it. Fagor pressure cookers allow you to can your family’s favorite foods, with each jar lasting up to one year.

You can safely and effectively can many different foods, including:

•  Vegetables such as carrots, green beans, potatoes, peppers, peas, corn, beans of all types, etc.
•  All fruits including peaches, pears, pineapples, apricots and more.
•  Stews such as beef, chicken, fish and more.
•  Sauces such as Alfredo, tomato, salsa, enchilada, etc.
•  Poultry, meats and fish.
Any food you enjoy can safely be canned using Fagor pressure cookers, which come with a complete recipe guide along with Fagor’s home canning kit. These recipes are all tested and proven safe under the USDA guidelines for home canning.

Never attempt to can any food without a recipe, as this can be unsafe and against USDA guidelines. As long as you follow the correct tested recipes for all of your favorite foods, you can preserve them safely.

Why Can Foods?

In addition to saving you valuable time, canning is an excellent way to save money and to preserve the health of your family. Instead of tossing out food that is old or spoiled, you can use pressure cookers for canning these foods while they’re fresh, putting that money right back into your pocket.

During struggling economic times, you want to use every single food item you buy, and high-quality Fagor pressure cookers help you do this.

You will also provide the nutrients your family needs when you prepare healthful, well-balanced meals preserved in jars. Think of it—the food is ready to reheat as soon as you get home from work. No need to plan ahead to thaw it like frozen food.

Using Fagor Pressure Cookers allows you to serve fresh vegetables and fruits, along with hearty chili, stews, meats, sauces and soups you always have on hand. You’ll never have to resort to the drive through or frozen dinners again!
Save your valuable time and money while serving your family the healthy foods they need, using Fagor pressure cookers for canning. Fagor is a leader in producing top-quality pressure cookers. Your canning procedures will adhere to all USDA and National Center for Home Food Preservation (NCHFP) guidelines, helping to keep your family safe and healthy, as well as making your busy life a lot less stressful.

Original Author: Jan Tucker, Author at
Revisions by Livaudais February 13, 2015 All Rights Reserved 2015-2016
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