While the general rule is that you can not pressure can in a pressure cooker, for the reasons that have already been mentioned, it appears that Fagor does certify their 10-qt Splendid cooker
for double duty as both a cooker and canner - however you will need the canning rack found in the Home Canning Kit
accessory which is sold seperately and not included with the pot, according to the manual
(information and instructions begin on page 21). There is a Home Canning manual that comes in the kit that gives you more canning instructions and 30 pages of recipes.
DO NOT decrease processing times just because you are using 15-psi!!!
DO pay close attention to the warning about how to release pressure when canning
- both because the time to release pressure is part of the cooking time and also because if you don't you will be back wanting to know why your jars are half empty!
Now, if you think that some of us are obsessed with the National Center for Home Food Preservation
... look in the Fagor manual on page 25 - they also suggest the NCFHP for more information. Not only are there instructions they also have recipes and processing times.