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  1. Love this post! I purchased reusable canning lids early in the pandemic, too, but haven’t used them yet because they seemed fussy. Thank you for this great tutorial on how to use them! I feel confident now and will give the reusable lids a try on my next canning day.

    1. Barbra-Sue Kowalski says:

      I am making a video very specifically about the steps, that will be coming out soon. its recorded, just needs editing. Thanks for commenting

  2. Very interesting! I haven’t tried reusable canning lids yet but have been wanting to. Wasn’t sure where to start but I’m going to give these a try now! Thank you!

  3. Such a great resource! I can’t wait to get my pressure canner.

  4. Such a good read. I didn’t even know about reusable canning lids. Thanks for all the info.

  5. We took a canning course outside of town a few years ago and have been so happy using the metal reusable lids. They look pretty sharp as decorations on the cabinets during the colder months as we choose which ones to open.

    1. Barbra-Sue Kowalski says:

      I’ve never seen metal reusable canning lids. Interesting.

  6. I’ve never responded to a post like this before. This post was very well done. Lots of really great information. I’ve always used single use lids and have recently been looking into using the reusable lids. Thank you for this post

    1. Thank you so much! I appreciate your feedback… I hope you’ll give them a try. I still use both kinds.

  7. I tried the Superb lids when my local store was out of supplies, and 2 out of 7 lids bent up during pressure canning. No lid has EVER done that before on my and I’ve canned over 500 jars!

    1. That is so interesting. I had the same experience! I’ve used them only once after publishing this post and had at least two buckle and pop off in the pressure canner. I thought I did something wrong. I appreciate your comment confirming the issue.