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Why do you have to sterilize jars in water, why can't you just put them in the oven at high heat?

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You most definitely can (and should) sterilize your jars in the oven . . . but notat a high heat.  Wash them well in warm soapy water, make sure you rinse them thoroughly then place on a baking sheet in a cool over (140C, 275F, Gas mark 1) until they are dry. Fill them whilst they are still warm to prevent the glass cracking when the hot filling is added.

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