Some hints: Your jelly may take up to 2 weeks to fully set. That's okay.
Resist the urge to retighten your lids. You'll run the risk of breaking the seal and ruining all your hard work.
If your lids don't seal well, you can reprocess your jelly within 24 hours, or move it to the fridge or freezer.
If you decide to try the jelly, let me know! I'd love to hear how it works our for you. My kids love it, and my youngest son will only eat "mommy's jelly" now. Talk about a compiment! And as I said before, the homemade jelly makes a wonderful frugal gift!
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