Put your jars in the canner. Follow the directions that are specific to your pressure canner, which will suggest something like adding three quarts of water, and canning for 90 minutes at 15 pounds of pressure.
Consequently, can a pressure cooker be used as a pressure canner?
The National Center for Home Food Preservation advises against using a pressure cooker for canning. There are just too many different makes, models and brands and most are not as accurate as the manufacturer may claim. So the bottom line is that a pressure cooker is just built for cooking – not canning.
Then, can you use a pressure cooker for canning meat?
How do you can deer meat in a pressure cooker?
Start with your burner on high until you see steam escaping from the lid vent of your pressure cooker. Once the steam starts, wait ten minutes in order for all of the air inside the cooker to reach an equal temperature. Venison cans at ten pounds of pressure close to sea level, fifteen pounds for high altitudes.
Soak venison in a brine made from 1 tablespoon salt per quart of water for 1 hour. Drain and rinse meat.
Canned venison really will taste like tender delicious beef tips.
Although they vary in size, pressure canners are typically larger than pressure cookers because they are intended for holding cans or jars during the heating process. Canners have a weight or dial gauge that is used for monitoring the pressure inside the pot.