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Ball Jar Crystal Jelly Jars with Lids and Bands, 8-Ounce, Quilted, Set of 12, Clear
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- 8 oz quilted crystal jelly jars
- Ideal for preserving jams, jellies sauces, mustard & flavored vinegar
- Custom time tested sealing compound help ensure a quality seal with each lid
- New brushed silver design on the outside lid matched kitchen designs
- Refrigerate up to 3 weeks, freeze up to 1 year, fresh preserve and store up to 1 year
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Ball Regular Mouth 8-Ounce(when jar is filled to the rim) Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars are ideal for fresh preserving recipes such as jams, jellies, sauces, mustards, and flavored vinegars. The Quilted Crystal design adds a decorative touch to these multi-purpose jars-also use them for serving, creative décor, and gift giving.
Ball Canning Jars & Lids
It's easy to show your creation in its best possible light.
When it comes to canning, there's nothing more important than a quality seal. It ensures that no oxygen gets into the canning jar after processing and that your food will remain preserved just the way you created it.
Ball Brands of Fresh Preserving Canning Lids have been crafted for quality in the U.S. for more than 125 years. Ball Jar's manufacturing facility in Muncie, Indiana, produces each lid with a custom, time-tested sealing compound with an underside coating so that the natural acids in your food will not react with the lid.
You can trust that each jar is every bit as genuine as the creation inside it.
Ball Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars
|Capacity||Jar Material||Lid Material||What's in the box?|
|4 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|| |
|8 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
|12 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
Top Customer Reviews
I primarily used these jars as spice holders. I’m currently in the process of moving into a new apartment for this year. So, I decided that I would nicely package some spices and take them to my new apartment. I’ve included pictures of the jars using the labels that come with the jar versus the chalkboard labels. I honestly prefer the chalkboard labels because it gives it a more polished look. Overall, I am very please with the quality of the jars I wish I had known that the lids was two piece. Nonetheless, I’m giving these jars 5 stars because I should’ve been more careful in looking over the description.
What a mess! Everywhere!
I guess I got a little sloppy with the prep of the jar but I've been sloppy with jars before and never had them crack in two before (these are for fridge jams)
Use them BUT make sure they are coming out of boiling water when you do.
Guess they don't make anything like they use to.
my review is for the: Ball Jar Crystal Jelly Jars with Lids and Bands, 8-Ounce, Quilted, Set of 12
I suggest a quick web search, but here's a quick low down:
Based upon a chart, a set quantity of servings of Veggies, Proteins, Fruit, Fats, Seeds... are eaten so many times a day. (what ever your designation states). Basically: It's relearning and instilling portion control. (diet is about 80% of our effort to lose weight)
So, Mine: 3 servings of veggies a day, 2 fruit, 4 protein....
This set usually has cute colored boxes that are the correct size. So Green is Veggies, is one cup. Purple is Fruit and is also one cup. Its goes down from there.
But the only clincher with the 'mass produced' versions: they get expensive and aren't glass or reusable for too long due to being plastic.(dishwasher) I also just hate plastic food storage most of the time.
So, being this way, I searched and searched for the perfect solution, then my hubs had it: Canning Jars. DUH! Realized these 1 cup's were perfect, while they are big for the smaller servings, I'll use a cup to measure properly, and have prepared meals for my day, hopefully helping me eat more regularly and also hopefully get slimmer from eating better more consistently.
For the really small servings, for space saving I got the OXO Tot Freezer cubes. Didn't reailze they were plastic, but its mainly to hold raw nuts anyways. I won't use that for acids.
I purchased the plastic lids to accompany for ease with the Ball jars, i hate the double lids for regular use.
The reason for purchasing these instead: in order for my meals to be ready for most meals, for a couple of days, I need 12 jars a day. With how often these will be dishwashed, I decided these were perfect compromise.
Since I don't can very often, I save the metal lids+rings for future use and instead use the lids I save from my mayonnaise jars and shaker lids from my bulk spice jars [don't throw those lids out!] which fit perfectly.
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