Ball Mason Jar Pint Wide Mouth Clear Glass W/Lids and Bands, 16-Ounces (Set of 4)
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.25 x 3.25 x 5 inches|
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- INCLUDED: 4 Wide Mouth Reusable Glass Jars, 4 Wide Mouth Lids and 4 Bands.
- New and Improved Sure-Tight Lids that helps keep canned food sealed for up to 18-Months.
- Ideal for fresh preserving recipes such as salsas, syrups, sauces, fruits, and vegetables.
- Jar Dimensions: Height With Lid: 4 3/4" Without lid: 4 5/8" | Opening- Diameter: 3 1/2" |
- These jars are Freezer Safe. Made in USA and BPA-Free.
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These 16-Ounce Ball Wide Mouth Pint Glass Preserving Jars are ideal for fresh preserving recipes such as salsas, syrups, sauces, fruits, and vegetables. These famous glass jars and closures go beyond fresh preserving to help you with serving, creative decor, and an option to give as a present. New and Improved Sure-Tight Lids that helps keep canned food sealed now up to 18-Months. Includes 4 Wide Mouth Glass Preserving Jars, 4 Wide Mouth Lids with Bands. Made in the USA and BPA-Free. These jars are Freezer Safe
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I did a little test. I used a seal and froze water. Next day I removed the lid and seal. When the water had thawed enough to float the reaming ice I boiled it in the microwave. (CAREFUL! The jar required oven mits.) I repeated the 'experiment' again but this time used the same seal with a different jar and lid. Both times there wasn't any leaking or distorting of the seal/lid/jar.
I make batches of soup, freeze it, and then take the frozen soup out in the morning and to the office for lunch. By lunch the soup has thawed enough to use in the micro. I wrap the jar in a sock that lost its pair just in case it gets jostled on the bus.