Kathleen
I just recently purchased a can cooker, the smallest one.  The can cooker companion, it holds 1.5 gallons.  It also comes in 2 gal size the Jr, then the largest I think it's a 3 gal or more.

I tried it at home and it really worked out great, so I took it camping with me.  It works like a pressure cooker, slow cooker or cast iron.  It basically cooks with steam. Kind of like set it and forget it.  You use med high until you see steam then turn down to med or med low and let cook for 40 min sometimes  less. Then shut off or remove from heat source if using campfire and let sit for 5 to 10 min to allow for the steam to cool so you don't burn your self.  It is real easy to clean and use.

I threw beef sausage cut into 1 inches, and chopped onions, bell peppers, potatoes, carrots, and cabbage in then added my seasoning  in and poured 12 ozs of chicken broth in.  You could also add  corn on the cob and or zucchini in if wanted. Anyway after you add all your Ingredients in you lock the lid on and cook.  Turned out great.  Used this same Ingredients at home but used chicken instead of sausage.  I also made chili in it. All turned out good.
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mkevenson
Sounds delicious! Just wondering how much variability in doneness with such varied ingredients all being cooked at the same temp.
Mark

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019, 5:39 PM Riverside RV Forum Retro White Water and Mt.
McKinley <noresponse@websitetoolbox.com> wrote:
Mark
Please buy Made in USA
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Kathleen
Well my daughter made it first,  I tried to tell her that she needs to cut the vegs in big chunks, but apparently her idea of big chunks is different from my idea.  Still turned out good.  Some of the vegs was a little over cooked.  I seen where some people added faster cooking ingredients later but just careful of the steam.  There is a can cooker group on Facebook who post their recipes and can cooker recipes on u tube and the online can cooker store.
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