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Weck Tulip Jar 2700ml

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Including lid

Does not include rubber rings or clamps

Do I need rubber rings and clamps?

Please order rubber rings and clamps separately when preserving food. See more information on this.

Rubber Ring size: 100mm

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Product Details

Weck Tulip Jar 2700ml.

Weck Tulip Jar 2700ml available as a single jar or in multipacks.

Price and delivery always with glass lid included.

Does not contain rubber ring or clamps, please order separately if needed. Do I need rubber rings or clamps?

Does not contain food (pictures are serving suggestions).

Product information:

Size: 2700ml

Height: 242mm

Weight: 1100g

Suitable rubber ring size: 100mm

About the Weck Tulip Jar

Weck Tulip Jars are perfect for canning: You can use the Mini Tulip Jars for single portions of food that might spoil quickly after opening. Or use the large Tulip Jars for making a sourdough starter or for fermenting foods such as Sauerkraut. Medium-sized Weck Tulip Jars will be perfect to present your homemade desserts - or maybe just some strawberries and cream. In all cases, the Weck Tulip Jars will store and preserve your food while looking great, too.

Weck Tulip Jars are designed to withstand pressure or be heated while looking great. Through their elegant design, they are an eye-catcher on your table or in your cupboard. Therefore they will always attract attention, no matter where you place them.

Weck Jars are made in Germany and made of high-quality glass. Weck designed them for durability and food preservation. The traditional method of food preservation involves heating and cooling - therefore Weck Jars can easily withstand pressure changes and quick temperature changes. When you heat up the jars and the food during the preservation process, the content will expand. Weck Jars are designed to release this pressure when being heated. After cooling down, the content will contract, which creates a vacuum inside and will press and hold the lid on the jar.

Similarly, Weck Jars are great for fermentation: Microorganisms create gases that are allowed to flow out when the pressure is too high. Above all, with Weck Jars, you don't need to worry about the pressure inside the jar (in contrast to screw caps: with these, you might even create small bombs).

All Weck Jars are dishwasher and microwave safe.

Weck Jars are always without plastic and reusable, maximising sustainability and protecting the environment. Prepare your homemade food and do it justice!

How to use

To seal: Place the rubber ring either on the jar or on the lid and put the lid on top of the jar. Use the clamps to hold the lid firmly on the jar. Then heat or steam the jars until the jar and the food inside is properly pasteurised. Don't worry if the jars are underwater.

To open: Remove the clamps. Pull the small tongue of the rubber ring. After that, you will hear the air flowing in. Just remove the lid and the ring.




Do I need rubber rings and clamps?

If you want to preserve food by heating and pasteurising (see above) or if you want to seal and close the jar, then you will need to order rubber rings and clamps. Without clamps, the lid will sit loose on top of the jar.

With every jar type we have indicated what size of rubber rings are needed for these specific jars. There is only one size of clamps, so you don’t need to worry about clamp sizes. 

All jars come with lids included, so there’s no need to order additional lids.

How do I close/seal the jars and how do I open them?

Put the rubber ring in between the jar and the lid and put the lid on top. Or alternatively, put the rubber ring on the lid and put both on top of the jar. 

Then take 2 clamps, put it on the edge of the lid and press them down along the sind of the jar until properly closed (one after the other). Your jar is properly sealed now.

To open again, just pull the little tongue of the rubber ring until you hear the air flowing into the jar and take off the lid. Simple, right?

Don't forget to add rubber rings and clamps if needed