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Old June 11, 2007   #18
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Join Date: Mar 2007
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Note the very last sentence in the right hand column: "Some special cooking procedures require specific cookware such as pressure cookers. . . . . . . All cookware must have flat bottoms that match the size of the surface units."

I am pretty sure that you will find that virtually no pressure canners (not the same thing as a pressure cooker - substantially larger) have flat bottoms the size of the surface unit.

I like the gas ring in the garage idea more and more. Not growing much that requires pressure canning though.
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