If you have a larger vacuum canister, you can put the mason jar in the canister, put a used lid on the mason jar, cover the canister and vacuum the canister. Push the button to let the air out of the canister and then you'll find the lid to be vacuum sealed on the mason jar. If you don't have a used lid, put a new lid in very warm water for a few minutes and use that. I'm told that a twist off jar such as an olive jar or a jelly or jam jar can also be sealed that way. Don't seal anything perishable, of course.
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
yes need to buy jar adapter 10.00 machine comes with hose only, I had problems with the smaller jar sealer but the one for large mouth works great that has nothing to do with the food sealer it seals jars just fine
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
You Will Need The Adapter Sold By Foodsaver.
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