A large pot like this makes canning in large batches easy and fuss-free.
I totally adore these lovely vintage jars from Ball. They look so elegant in that wonderful shade of blue and are perfect for canning!
This durable, elegant waterbath canner is both efficient (thanks to even heat distribution) and compatible with all variety of stove tops.
A good kettle for jellies, jams and marmalades is a must. With this easy-to-clean model, preserves can be made in large batches.
This type of pressure-canning appliance is brilliant for low-acid food (like most vegetables and meat), which needs to be heated to a higher temperature in order to keep bacteria at bay.
This is a great and inexpensive starter kit for those who are just learning how to can.
This sensational nine-tray food dehydrator is fully automated for total control over the drying process. The possibilities are endless with this machine!
This great all-inclusive kit comes with funnel, tongs, bubble remover — all the basic tools needed for canning. Perfect for those just starting out learning how to can.
Straining fruit and vegetables for purees and soups straight into a jar is so easy with this piece of equipment. Love the wooded pestle!
By vacuuming, the freshness of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit is sealed in longer. One can buy in larger quantities, vacuum pack and freeze easily. What a wonderful way to make food last!
My bowl for making ice cream takes up a lot of the room in the freezer, so what I really like about the Philips Delizia is that the small chilling disc can be frozen overnight while taking up minimal space. Ice cream can be made in a plethora of flavors without much fuss or planning ahead.
This durable canning funnel will last you for years. As it is made of stainless steel, it will not dent like the aluminum types do.
These canning jars from French company Le Parfait have a lid mounted on a wire hinge with a locking lever. The rubber o-ring helps create an airtight seal inside the jar which will hold until the lever is lifted.