Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Will I Be Able To Can?
I decided that I wouldn't give up, there had to be something on the market for the modern woman who likes to do things the old fashioned way on occasion. I have a garden full of veggies that need to be canned and I'm heading to the local farmer's market to buy loads of peaches to can for my future grand baby. Diligence pays off, this Presto 23-quart canner will work on smooth top stoves. I found it at Amazon. I love Amazon, they rarely disappoint me when I'm in search of anything. I also love the fact that I can order from the comfort of my home and have it delivered to my front door within a day or two. Further research showed that Wal-mart also carries this canner.
What I love most is people leaving reviews, good and bad, about various products they have used. Presto doesn't advertise which of their products work on glass top stoves. If a blogger hadn't noted that she too was in search of a canner that worked on her glass top stove, I wouldn't have known.
Since I've never canned before, I'll keep you posted on my journey. If you're an experienced canner and have a few tips for me, please leave them. I need all the help that I can get, lol. I'm starting with the Ball Blue Book.