This canning system can preheat and preserve your food.
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The Ball brand is a leader in food preservation products.
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The drip cup in the back collects water.
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Side view.
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The large display.
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You can preserve foods that fall into six different categories.
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The jar lifter makes handling safe and easy.
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This system automatically adjusts the time based on the recipe's required temp and the altitude.
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You can fit 6 half-pints, 4 pints, or 3 quarts into the appliance per run.
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Applesauce.
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The locking lid seals in heat for optimal food preservation.
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You can make jams and jellies, fruits, tomatoes, salsas, pickles, and sauces with this appliance.
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The Ball Freshtech Automatic Home Canning System is available for $299.99.
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A look inside.
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The inner pot fits snugly inside the appliance base.
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