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Old 08-28-2019, 08:57 PM   #2
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Default Re: If you freeze stuff in mason jars.....

I will put them in a sinknof warm water and then general dump things in to a sauce pan. If I am in a real hurry I will put the jar in a pan with cook water and gently bring it up to simmer.

I have also.poped jars in to the oven to reheat.

I don't have a microwave but you could also defrost things in there in the glass jar

I don't be do this often as I tend to drop thing out for the freezer so I just decided it was better for me to freeze things in ziplock bags. The bags both survive when I inevitably let them fall on my head when reaching in and thaw fairly quickly in a sink of warm water

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