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Old 10-20-2015, 02:44 PM   #1
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Tiny jelly jars.

I want to make some jelly to put into those darling little 1.25 - 2 oz. miniature jelly jars. And I want them to SEAL.

Do they seal if they are bought new? Anyone know for sure? Where do you buy yours? Tks!

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Old 10-20-2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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Do they seal if they are bought new? Anyone know for sure? Where do you buy yours? Tks!
New or old, I know for sure that they seal. I made a couple dozen small jars of jelly this summer and didn't have any that didn't seal tight.

I just buy mine at the grocery store.
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Thanks for your info, Steve.
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You can buy 4 ounce mason jars that seal just like regular ones. I don't know of a home source for smaller canning jars.
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