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Home Canning Supplies
Presto Pressure Canner Parts
Mirro Pressure Canner Parts
All American Pressure Canner Parts
Home Canning Supplies - Cooking and Canning Co.
Home Canning Supplies to complete your Pressure Canning experience of Canning and Preserving.
We carry vegetable processors like Corn Cutters, Pea Sheller. Save time and effort while canning with our Jar Lifter, Canning Funnel, Jar Wrench or a Home Canning Kit. You will need a Canning Rack to stack Canning jars in a Pressure Canner. For larger Canning operations we carry All American Can Sealers.



Ball Blue Book
Ball Blue Book

$9.99
All American Instruction/Recipe Book 74
All American Instruction/Recipe Book 74

Regular price: $12.49
Sale price: $8.99
Pea Sheller
Pea Sheller

$45.99
Presto 72453 Pressure Canner Instruction/Recipe Book
Presto 72453 Pressure Canner Instruction/Recipe Book

$8.49
Home Canning Kit
Home Canning Kit

$13.99
Jar Lifter
Jar Lifter

$7.99
Canning Funnel
Canning Funnel

$2.00
Canning Racks
Canning Racks

Stainless Steel Steamer Baskets
Stainless Steel Steamer Baskets

Stainless Corn Cutter
Stainless Corn Cutter

$14.92
Wood Corn Cutter
Wood Corn Cutter

$13.49
Download the Mirro Pressure Cooker Manual
Download the Mirro Pressure Cooker Manual

$4.99
The Official Presto Pressure Cooker Cookbook
The Official Presto Pressure Cooker Cookbook

Regular price: $17.99
Sale price: $15.99
Mr. Pea Sheller™-ELECTRIC DRIVEN
Mr. Pea Sheller™-ELECTRIC DRIVEN

$257.95
"Heavy Duty"  - Pea Sheller
"Heavy Duty" - Pea Sheller

$569.95
ALL AMERICAN Master Hand Crank Can Sealer
ALL AMERICAN Master Hand Crank Can Sealer

$510.00
ALL AMERICAN Senior Flywheel Can Sealer 1502
ALL AMERICAN Senior Flywheel Can Sealer 1502

$1,269.00
Presto Canning Kit - Cooking and Canning
Presto Canning Kit - Cooking and Canning

$18.99

Canning and Preserving
Pressure canning
is the only method recommended safe by the U.S.D.A. for low-acid foods such as vegetables, meats and fish. Pressure canning is a safe and economical method of preserving low acid foods which has been used for decades. The temperature that must be reached and maintained “for a specified amount of time” to kill the bacteria is 240 F. This temperature can be reached only by creating steam under pressure i.e. Pressure Canner.