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Old 04-14-2007, 12:33 AM   #1
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Processing questions

I just made up my last batch of plums (jam) from last years crop.
I left my canning pot in Nevada and didn't want purchase another one.
I have roster pan but it is not tall enough to cover the 1/2 Pint jars.

I found another pot that would work but, I could only do 6 jars at a time.

My question:
Do the jars have to be standing upright in the sealing process?
Do they have to be covered with water?

I could have put the 12 jars in the roaster pan at one time. But, would have only been able to fill the warer to the bottom of the lid ring



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Old 04-14-2007, 04:44 PM   #2
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Yes to both questions. They have to be upright, and they have to be covered with an inch or so of water.

Can you freeze the jam?

(And I know that grandma never boiling water processed her jam and she lived to a ripe old age.

She also never wore her seatbelt.

Maybe grandma was just lucky.)

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since that house fell on my sister.
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