Paul Steur Publishes New Blog Post on Pressure Cookers and Canners

Cooking: it cooks fast, uses less electricity or gas, saves time, healthier to eat. The cooker can also be used as a canner. Canning: great storage solution, not difficult, saves electricity. All of the garden's produce will be saved for the winter season.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands – August 6th, 2014 /PressCable/

Paul Steur published his new blog post today: How to use an All American 921 Pressure Canner.

This blog post reveals the reasons why a pressure canner is such a valuable addition in the kitchen as well as the pro's and con's of pressure canning.

Paul Steur says many people struggle with really understanding pressure canners. This blog post gives solid information that's not usually shared openly in the Kitchen appliances industry.

Compared to other appliances in the kitchen, such as a steam oven or a normal pan, a pressure cooker gives great value for money. Measured in time it will slash normal cooking time in half. The same goes for he use of electricity or cooking gas.

Another very important feature of pressure cooking is that the amount of water needed is less, as a result of which the food retains a higher amount of vitames and minerals. Pressure cooking is healthier.

The benefits of pressure canning are forgotten perhaps. Not so in this blog post, as it shows them in detail. They range from again a reduction of energy used, since canned food does not need a freezer, to the optimal use of a gardens' produce.

Although the aspect of safety prevents some people from using a pressure cooker or pressure canner, this aspect is safeguarded with a weighted pressure gauge on the lid. As soon as the pressure gets higher than the pressure needed, the ‘higher' pressure lifts the gauge and releases some pressure.

The blog post also describes the choice to make between the sort of pressure cookers.

One of the advantages of a pressure cooker as named in the title, that it has been designed with a metal-to-metal seal. This does away with the rubber seal that so many other pressure cookers are fitted with. Experience with this type pressure cooker shows that a rubber seal is almost always a weak point, with the use of the cooker as well as the amount of time it lasts.

A good article, which can be read in full at

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Paul Steur was founded in 2012 and serves the Kitchen appliances industry. He is known for finding good quality kitchen appliances to help people in making well informed choices.

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