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The 500 mL Le Parfait Familia Wiss Terrine jars have a wide opening and will be a good workhorse in your collection of preserving jars. We always find the 500mL size for be good for jams, vegetables, pickles, salsas and meats. A food size for canning meals for lunches.
The Familia Wiss Terrines are uniquely French mason jars. The two-piece closure includes a sealing cap (equivalent to what we call a lid for Ball mason jars) and full screw lid (this is equivalent to a screw band but is a full lid). The full lid has a dome shaped centre which aligns with a dome shape in the centre of the sealing cap - together this helps to place the sealing cap on the jar evenly and holds it in place during heat treatment. The full lid should be removed once the jar and contents are cool after preserving. The full lid can be used later once the jar has been opened.
The Familia Wiss Terrine jars all have wide openings and straight sides which taper slightly from top to bottom making them easy to fill and turn out product.
These high quality jars are suitable for both water bath and pressure canning.
Sealing caps are intended for one use when preserving food. The full screw lids can be used over and over again.
Replacement sealing caps are available.
Size: 500 mL preserving volume
Replacement sealing cap size: 100 mm
Le Parfait Familia Wiss Terrine Jars (500mL) features:
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These jars are available to purchase singly or as a full tray of 6x 500mL jars. All full tray purchases have a bulk discount applied (as per the pricing shown).
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