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    Antique jars dry storage

    Hello all


    My grandma gifted me a bunch of jars when she was moving to a smaller home. I've looked around a little and I don't think they are worth much but I'm more curious if they are still safe to use for dry food storage?* They all have the original lids. I have attached a few pics I have around 15 jars total.


    Thanks for any info!




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    I have a bunch of them that I do exactly that with. I see no reason not to. You might want to use a shoulder seal gasket if you are in a humid area.

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    Thank you!

    That's what I was hoping to hear.

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    They have tons of uses! just be careful or you will find you have more jars than uses

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