I thought the country livers might be good people to ask...
I really want a pressure canner, but I've unfortunately got an induction cooktop. It seems that the best ones (seems that people love the all-american brand) are all aluminum. Even other brands don't seem to make any good ones in stainless. I'm so sad and am wondering if there is anyone who has an idea I haven't thought of. I don't really want to have to buy another burner, which I know is an option a lot of people do.
Anyone pressure canning on induction?
I've always heard that you just can't do it, but you can check with your stove manufacturer in case you don't get any more responses here. Sorry to be not quite helpful. :-( Oh, it's really expensive and I have no experience with it, but Ball did just come out with an electric canner (which we've always heard is a no-no, but it's from Ball, so I'd trust it). That could be an alternate option for you.
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