Le Parfait French Wide Mouth Glass Canning Jar with 100mm Gasket and Lid 35 Oz
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- Le Parfait jars are useful for keeping nuts, grains, and other things, as they keep out weevils, moisture, and other unwanted influences from the outside world
- One 35 Oz Jar with Lid and Gasket
- Wide mouth jar comes with one 100mm gasket
- They are heavy, made from thick glass which can handle the heat of the canning process
- Le Parfait jars are French jars which have been designed specifically for canning and making preserves.
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Top Customer Reviews
Seals very well
Great for heavier food items
Jar WILL tip over if left open
Gasket can be a little tricky to open
style of jar. So far the glass seem quite durable. I like the
wire hook method better than the screw down lid.
Have bought this product three times. Great transaction, product
arrived on time.:)
I drilled holes in the glass lids to make the ferment bottles. I discovered that the glass was a little thicker than expected in the lid so the standard silicone grommets sold for Mason jars that people use to line a hole did not fit - or at least I had to silicone the grommets in place because the glass was too thick to fit in the grommet groove.
The glass lids are not available, in small quantities at least, so if you do drill holes in them you have to be careful - using a diamond dust tip hole cutter, plenty of water lubrication to take heat away, and very slow grinding with little or no pressure applied. Start at a 45 degree angle to make a groove then raise the drill slowly to vertical (if you don't have a drill press). I used duct tape on the back side to cut down on splintering. That was just okay - in the future I am thinking I would paint the backside with an epoxy glue so I would not get splintering - then once the hole was drilled use a solvent to remove the glue.
I rated a "4" only because although I like the jars and would recommend them, I don't "love" them, would prefer a sleek modern look without the raised brand lettering.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best storage for nuts, beans and the neighbors cat. ...just kidding about the cat.Published 16 months ago by Archer J.