Typically, a good pressure cooker is that which is durable, large and easy to use. Struggling to get one without a gasket and that which can handle a lot of food made me sick. I had to try shopping for many until I decided to settle for the all-American 30-quart pressure cooker/canner. It showcases the highest level of industrial strength and quality. I have used one for a lengthy period now, and the following is what I have to say about it. Browse on;
It has a classic design. The design of this kitchen equipment is all acceptable. This heavy cast aluminum kitchen tool is 30 quart. Canning will always be easy and interesting because it can hold massive 14-quart jars. It also has got a weighted pressure gauge making its operation foolproof. The exquisite metal- to- metal sealing system makes its service beautiful. The slide clips effectively screw down hence fastening the lid; no spewing of the contents whatsoever. There is also steam tight seal, and hitherto, I have not complained at all. Removing the cover is also incredibly easy; just put a little oil at one end of the tool and then my job is done. It is no doubt that its excellent design makes it attractive which is the pride of any homeowner.
Any positives or negatives?
The thick walls of my all-American 30-quart pressure cooker/canner make it capable of resting on a pulsating flat top stove. It also makes it easy to maintain the pressure without stooping over the stove all the time or venting the pressure off. There is absolutely no room for any leakages in it; so your stove will be easy to clean and maintain all the time. I have used it for the past two and half years. And I rarely find it hard to clean at all. The kitchen tool is reliable and you I don’t remember having replaced anything in it yet. It is durable. There are two negatives that I can draw from my ever-helping kitchen tool. It is 20 pounds when empty. This is a little heavy hence making it difficult for me to carry it to my stove when I decide to fill it off the stove. The all- American30-quart pressure cooker/canner takes lots of time to cool down as compared to such other tools of its class in the market today. This is because the kitchen equipment has thick walls. Therefore, you have to let it cool for some time before moving it from the stove if you so needed.
Summarily, it has lived to my expectation since it has served me for more than two years now and there is no sign of it being pitted at the bottom or disappointing me in any way. It is as efficient as ever. I find it easy to clean, and it seems it may outlive my family. It is sturdy equipment for your kitchen. Asked to rate it, I would give 4.5 stars as a cooker and five stars as a canner. The all-American 30-quart pressure cooker makes cooking and canning worryingly easy for me. I don’t think I will opt out of using it any soon.