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Made from cast aluminum, with sturdy screws to seal the lid to the pot, this pressure cooker requires no rubber.

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Heavy

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Made from cast aluminum, with sturdy screws to seal the lid to the pot, this pressure cooker requires no rubber or plastic gaskets or rings. A three-setting pressure regulator valve is included, and the pressure gauge gives a clear reading. Made in Wisconsin. 

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Features

  • Hand-cast aluminum with attractive satin finish
  • "Metal-to-metal" sealing system for a steam-tight seal; no gaskets
  • Geared steam gauge, automatic overpressure release; settings of 5 psi, 10 psi, and 15 psi
  • Made in USA
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does (these) pressure cookers have a rack to insert the jars in?

    They come with the aluminum rack that sits on the bottom to separate the jars from the bottom of the pan. It isn't one of the wire racks that some use to lift the jars out of the pan.

  • Can you cook with oil using this?

    If you are asking if this can be used as a deep fryer, I would guess that it could be if it was not bolted down as a pressure cooker. For safety reasons, you should contact the All American company's customer service. They are very knowledgeable and very friendly. I cooked a couple of roasts (at the same time) and used a small amount of oil in the bottom before pressure cooking. But you also have to have plenty of water in the pot so it does not run dry. Running it as a pressure cooker with no water would ruin the unit.

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Size Options

  • 25-Quart
  • 21.5-Quart
  • 10.5-Quart
  • 15.5-Quart
  • 30-Quart
  • 41.5-Quart
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