Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Tattler Reusable Canning Lids Give-Away

This give-away is now closed. Thanks to all who participated and blogged about this great item! I hope to do another Tattler drawing at the end of summer, thanks to Loren Stieg, developer of Tattler Reusable Canning Lids! Happy canning!


Yes! These are THE reusable lids that I mentioned in last weeks post Thinking Ahead To Preserving The Harvest. Tattler Reusable Canning Lids has graciously offered a Homestead Revival™ reader a set of 3 dozen wide mouth and 3 dozen regular mouth canning lids! Ladies, this is your chance to give this product a try.




Two things really appealed to me about the Tattler product. First, traditional canning lids must be new each time you can an item because the seal is compromised after use. But the Tattler lids are a quality plastic that can be used again and again (no more throwing away used lids!). They are used in conjunction with rubber rings so the seal is complete each and every time you process them. The fact that they are reusable makes the investment worth the extra dollars spent on these lids and rubber rings.


Second, the Tattler products are bpa-free! Yes, indeed. This is huge. Traditional lids have bpa in them and it seems that the company that produces the majority of them, Jarden, isn't listening to customer concerns; at least not at this time. I hope they will eventually heed the call! But it may be too late if they don't get around to it pronto, because I seriously think that a lot of home canners will have discovered the Tattler product and switched over.








The Tattler lids are conducive to all the same methods of food preservation that you would use a traditional lid: pressure canner, water bath, and pickling. The only thing different is how you tighten the lids. With a traditional lid, you tighten it before processing, but a Tattler reusable lid, you tighten, then turn it back 1/4 inch to allow it to vent while processing. I think I can do that!


Entry Instructions


1. Visit Tattler and look around. Come back and comment on their product. Let me know if this is something that you could use in your own kitchen this summer.


2. Blog about this give-away for a second entry (you must leave a separate comment below  telling me you've done so).


3. Become a Facebook follower (again, leave a separate comment). 


Please leave me a way to contact you should you win if your profile does not include your email or you do not have a blog of your own. 


The give-away ends Friday evening at 5:00 pm (PST). 


I plan to do some Tattler shopping, girls!



132 comments:

  1. Oh Amy, that's amazing! I noticed that there's a temperature limitation on them...can they be used in a pressure canner? No matter; these would be awesome for jams and jellies and all the other goodies we'll be canning this year!

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  2. I've heard about these reusable lids before and actually plan on getting some this year and trying them out. Of course I'd love it if I could win some as well. :-)

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  3. This is interesting, Amy. I'd love to give these a try. The cost of any lids is daunting because of the amount of canning we do- knowing these can be re-used is huge! Thanks for introducing us to these! I already follow you:-).

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  4. I have never heard of these but am so excited about them. I am really getting on the BPA free wagon and this is just another place that I can do so. Thanks for sharing. I would love to win a set.

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  5. Please enter me, Amy! I'm going to do some canning this year for the first time and so I have to buy all my supplies. These lids look wonderful. However, I can't tell from their website if they ship to Canada...I'll have to email them and ask.

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  6. What a wonderful giveaway! This would be a great asset to canning!
    Kim

    jkbzl at yahoo dot com

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  7. Wow! Such perfect timing for me. I have been wanting to learn how to can forever it seems. I have a flat cooktop and was always told not to use it to can. (I don't know if it is true or not, but I did find info in my owners manual that mentioned it too, as far as pressure canning goes I believe.) I was just talking with my sister in law about canning this year. We have a wish list too. I've never seen these.

    I would love to try these out. I've bookmarked their site too!

    Thanks!!

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  8. I'm already a Facebook follower (hope this counts as a second entry)!

    Kim

    jkbzl at yahoo dot com

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  9. WHat an exciting product to even hear about-I think you are right, canners will be switching to these for being BPA free and for being reusable-what a way to be a good steward! Thanks for sharing this...I'd love to have some of these, thanks again for informing us about them!

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  10. Just got back from Tattler's site- reusablecanninglids.com. O.K., so I am SOOOOOO impressed!!! I love canning and hate that traditional lids contain BPA and are NOT reusable. I have been considering buying the all glass jars but, that is not so affordable right now. These are great! Now I won't have to buy lids ever again. I love that they are also price comparable. Another good quality is that the lids are made right here in the good old U.S.A.!!! Thank you so much for sharing this product! So glad I follow!

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  11. Amy! Yay! I am so excited about this giveaway! If I don't win, I will certainly be purchasing some of these to try. What a great idea! I love that they are reusable (less junk in the landfills) and that they are BPA free. I wouldn't even consider them if they weren't.

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  12. Just blogged about it and I'll share it on my FB too!
    http://mountainhomequilts.blogspot.com/2010/05/canning-lids-giveaway.html

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  13. These are fantastic! OH my gosh...I always feel so bad throwing away canning lids! But they say I have to...so I do. I would definitely be able to use these in my kitchen this summer...I plan on doing a lot more canning than I did last summer. Great giveaway!

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  14. Wow! I could use the Tattler regular and wide mouth lids for canning all the fruit from our home orchard. It would be so nice not to have to buy new lids every year, especially since I have to use so many. Please enter me in the contest to win some so I can try them.

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  15. These look great Amy! I wasn't going to enter but once I saw that they are bpa-free....that got my attention. I usually freeze, but with the thoughts of an impending economic crash and tax and trade....well, canning has looked like a smarter way to go. I've stocked up on jars by the truck load so more lids and seals would be a wonderful addition. I'll come back after I write a post tomorrow. By the way....FB you or Tattler?

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  16. What a wonderful idea! I can see how this would even be money saving in the long run. I'd love to try these!

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  17. This is such a cool product- I did a very limited amount of canning last year and this year I am going to can things from my very own garden! I would love to win these because I think the idea of reusable lids is so much better than buying them year after year, not to mention the bpa.

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  18. Follow on facebook!

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  19. OOh! These canning lids are amazing! I'm new to canning (my latest project involved 25 lbs of carrots). I hope to be able to preserve much of the food that comes out of my garden this summer. I think I'm going to have tomatoes and zucchini coming out of my ears...I live in Las Vegas, so we're almost ready to harvest here!These lids would be a great addition to my canning supplies!

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  20. I'm now a FB follower of Homestead Revival!

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  21. Here's the link to my blog post :)

    http://homespunsprout.blogspot.com/2010/05/homestead-revival-tattler-reusable.html

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  22. Wow - those are awesome! I love being able to reuse things.

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  23. I am a facebook follower. I grew up watching my mother can and looking forward to trying my hand at it. Thank You!

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  24. These are GREAT! I have wondered if there was such a thing and I am excited to see that there is.

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  25. How cool!!! I could totally use these!

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  26. I want to win! I planned on ordering some, but I'll wait to see if I win instead! I posted your previous blog in two of the groups I'm in at CafeMom because BPA is an issue there too. Now I'll go blog and put the link in my next comment. I saved the Tattler site to my favorites after your last post about them.

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  27. I blogeed:
    http://some-thingscookin.blogspot.com/2010/05/tattler-give-away.html

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  28. This is my first year gardening and I'm definitely planning on trying to can a few things. Having bpa-free lids is definitely a great option to have. I'll definitely be looking at getting some. Thanks!

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  29. It would be so great to not have to throw away all those lids!! Love these Tattler lids... great idea.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway. I could definitely use them this summer when blackberry jam, zucchini relish and apple butter is ready to make.

    loko6 at peak dot org
    www.lisawith4.wordpress.com

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  30. What a great idea! I would LOVE to give these a try!

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  31. Donna, as per your request, I have not posted your comment. I really appreciate your thoughts and would like to talk to you further, but I have no way of contacting you unless I print the post so that it links me to you. If you get this message, please contact me via email. I appreciate it!

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  32. I included a link in a blog post. Thank you!

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  33. I was just coming by to read more about the Tattler lids you wrote about the other day and here is a giveaway! I plan to purchase some whether I win or not. I hope to get enough other canners to order with me to qualify for the discounted price. Thanks for the timely info. and the giveaway!

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  34. These would be great. I am planning to can alot of tomatoes this year. I've already put up strawberry jam and will make blueberry jelly soon. yum. I would love to try these since I am trying to get away from all the chemicals we are faced with. thanks for the chance

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  35. This is an impressive product. Count me in-my garden is cranking up big time, I already have more squash than we can eat and give away!

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  36. I have seen these before, and really wanted to try them out. But they sure are expensive. So, I hope that I will win.

    I have been to the web site. I really like the little old lady showning off her canned goods in the basement.

    I have posted about your give-away. Go here to see it. http://myhomestdfantasy.wordpress.com/

    Unfortunately, I don't do Facebook. I know that may seem strange. But, as a family we have decided not to do Facebook or Twitter. It is one of the ways we have decided to limit computers in our lives.

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  37. These are absolutely FABULOUS!! Why haven't I found these before?!? For years, I have been looking for a product to solve the "wasted" canning lid issue. TA-DA!!! Thanks for the tip.

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  38. I had heard about these before but never checked them out. So pleased to see they are made in USA. As soon as I run out of my old lids I'm getting some of these!

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  39. I have never heard of these so I went to the website to check them out. We buy lids like crazy every year. I'd LOVE to have some of these. We can about 300 jars a year. Please enter me for the giveaway!

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  40. I posted about your giveaway on my blog!

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  41. I blogged on it here!

    http://chicky-bit-run.blogspot.com/2010/05/uncharacteristically-quiet.html

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  42. I don't can as much as I'd like, because I hate having to go out and buy more lids every year! I would LOVE to try these out, they look/sound promising.

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  43. Amy,

    I was just reading about these the other day :) I would love to have an opportunity to win some :) I checked out their website and am impressed, what a blessing this would be to be able to reuse lids. Thank you so much!

    Sharon

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  44. What an impressive blog site. I am very pleased to read so many positive comments about this product. Actually, I am personally the developer of this product, which took place some years ago. It has proven to be, as was intended, an indefinately reusable product for home canners to enjoy. We are also pleased to receive comments from users who have used the rubber rings as many as 30 years, fantastic. This truly aids in making this a economical product over the long run. By the way Pressure Canner temps. will not harm the lids whatsoever. The temperature at which the lid would begin to distort is far above anything a home canner would experience, likely well over 300 degrees. The "About Tattler" tab on our site is a brief overview of the development of the product. We are happy to provide a product Made in the USA, and for whomever may be interested the lady pictured on our site admiring her seasons canning labors, was my mother.
    Amy, I am going to give you one better, I believe my son, now my business partner, granted the prize. I have just learned of, and visited your site. I am so impressed I am authorizing a similar prize for the next 4 months. You pick the dates, and your rules will prevail. The winners will receive the product absolutely free including shipping. As our guarentee states, if you ever wear this lid out using accepted home canning practices,we will replace it free, we have never had a request for a single replacement lid. Have fun canning gals, you will love this product.
    FYI all product is current 2010 production.

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  45. Loren - how generous of you! Thank you so much! I know Homestead Revival readers will be anxious to have a second opportunity to win some of these reusable canning lids.

    Thanks for the additional information and coming over to speak personally about your product. I love the fact that this is a small business idea that answers a food preservation need on so many levels!
    Blessings,
    Amy

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  46. Wow! Mr Stieg knows how to conduct business! A useful, safe, reasonably priced, American made product isn't found very often. I haven't even used the product yet and I now consider myself and loyal customer! Thank you Amy and Mr Stieg for this great opportunity.

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  47. Wrote a post on my blog about it. YAY!

    Livingourcountrylife.blogspot.com

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  48. After seeing these previously blogged about, I perused the web site the other day. I think the idea is great and will be ordering some soon...unless of course I am fortunate enough to "win them". They are money saving, and safer for you food/health! AWESOME

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  49. I was just reading about Tattler in Backwoods Home magazine. I would dearly LOVE to try them out! I hate being dependent on buying new lids every year. And they are BPA-free, and made in the USA? It just keeps getting better!

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  50. I love this product. I was at a canning class and these were never mentioned. I NEED some but I also need a pressure cooker. Pleae enter me.

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  51. This looks REALLY neat! I would LOVE to win some to try out as the price is just a tad bit daunting.. If I got to try them out first I would be more likely to take a plunge. I REALLY like the idea behind these and that they are reusable! I am headed back to the site again to read testimonials now. :)

    cristy_curuncha AT hotmail DOT com

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  52. I blogged! Here:
    http://snarkasticsnarkary.blogspot.com

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  53. I "liked" you on Facebook.
    Of course, I just plain like you too! Looking forward to reading through your blog, Thanks!

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  54. I recently bought some Tattler lids, though I've not had a chance to use them yet. I'm really in love with the concept though and look forward to getting many more of these.

    One thing that has paused me was that most of my cooking is done for my own stores, but also gifts. For example, I got a windfall of peaches so I made rum peaches, but didn't want to put Tattler lids on them as I likely wanted give many of them as gifts later in the year. I COULD just give them and ask for the lids back, but I find it's easier to not expect them back.

    I LOVE the re-usability potential of these though. I reuse regular lids if possible though you can usually tell when a lid is shot (the rubber is all melty). I'm wondering how long the rubbers will last and if there's a way to bulk store rubber in such a way that it will not rot as fast. I do a lot of super bulk pantry purchasing, and I'd like to know that if I buy several hundred lids and rubbers that they will last as long as possible. Finding a way to eliminate the dry rot of the rubber would be key. I wonder if you vacuum seal them in metal bags if the lack of oxygen and light will help preserve them?

    Overall, I'm not getting down on them, the BPA free factor of these is wins me over much more than the drawbacks, now it's just to purchase more and start using them.

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  55. Also, here's my post about it. You don't have to enter me in your drawing, but I wanted to pass it on to my friends.

    http://www.schnookiemuffin.com/?p=11622

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  56. Thank you, Thank you! I ordered the set of 3 doz reg & wide mouth lids and have tried it with the Seal-a-meal on dehydrated carrots. I haven't had opportunity to use them to actually can yet, but the cherries will be here any day. Like so many of your readers, I have a lot of jars that need lids and the more investment the less BPA's we will be exposed to. Now on the news they are finally reporting about the dangers in marketed cans that ALL have the BPA in them. Glad we have been making the move over to organic frozen veggies and leaving the poisons at the store. Well I'm getting onto another subject. Please enter me in the contest; as with jars, one can never have too many. Happy Canning!!

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  57. Oh My How I would love some of these.I recently looked at the website and fell in love but sadly they are way out of my budget for now.I am hoping to save up and buy one box at a time until I have enough.
    I blog about Tattler's lids a week or so ago but will gladly link my readers here with a new blog posting.
    I am really enjoying your blog and the facebook page as well.
    Thank you
    Rois
    Hrafinstaad.blogspot.com

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  58. I'm already a Facebook fan and just checked out Tattler's website. My pressure canner arrives tomorrow (hopefully) - a gift for my birthday! I'd love to win some lids to start off the canning season.

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  59. It kills me to throw things away and I could never come up with another use of the metal canning lids. Also being BPA free is huge!

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  60. Err, I don't know how to tell you all this but, do any of you remember the old canning jars with bales that snapped over the top, well, those had rubber rings that you could use over and over again (until they had cracks. You don't get the satisfaction of the "poing" sound while your resting in the living room waiting for the jars to seal. I think this is a great idea, longggg over due!

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  61. What a great idea. It's kinda hard to believe that no other company thought this was worth pursuing. I re-use my regular lids for everyday use all the time (I use my jars to hold all kinds of stuff - berries in the fridge, leftovers, granola, etc.) I just bought a couple of boxes of new lids to start getting ready for the season. I would love to try these out!

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  62. those lids are great... hopefully they work just as well as traditional ones... love the idea that they are reusable... I am already a FB fan.

    thanks

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  63. Ok ... I'm going to write a post about these lids on my blog.

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  64. Thanks for the info on these lids. I made a blog post here: http://this-newhouse.blogspot.com/2010/05/reusable-canning-jar-lids.html

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  65. and i am now following you on facebook!

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  66. This is my first season canning. I've already had to reprocess 3 jars because i didnt do my headspace right and my liquid seeped out and my lids didnt seal....These tattler lids would have saved me money since i could have just flipped over the rubber ring and use the same lid! I am absolutely going to be purchasing some of these....AND it is highly upsetting to me that the regular cannning lid folks are not changing out the BPA. I had planned on canning a bunch of baby food for friends and now not a chance!
    thanks for steering me to these!

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  68. I think that these are very interesting and the website is very easy to navigate.

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  69. So interesting! I'm new to canning, and I had no idea that regular lids had BPA. I could really use these tattler lids. Thanks for telling us about them!

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  70. I'm now following you on Facebook!

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  71. I love these lids! I do canning demonstrations and will be ordering some to add to my supplies. Thank you for the information.

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  72. I've been wanting to try their reusable canning seals. They have been on my "radar" for awhile but I just haven't bought them yet. I'd love to win! :)

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  73. I've been following you on facebook for awhile now, too.

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  74. Just found your site. It was the Tattler lids that attracted my attention. I think this is going to be the next best thing for canning.

    sharond TX

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  75. I also added your Facebook

    sharond TX

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  76. Wow, Loren, thank you so very much! That is so generous of you!

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  77. I would love to try these out! I checked out the website ofter you posted about them recently and decided that they'd be worth a try since they're reusable AND BPA-free! Hope I win!
    Debbie L.

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  78. what a fantastic product. so very practical. thank you for the opportunity to enter the drawing.

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  79. I am planning on getting some of the Tattler lids after reading about them on your site and going to their website. Winning some would be a blessing. I hope to can more and freeze less as we get more supplies.

    It would be fun to do a poll on how many canning jars everyone has.

    pianomom

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  80. Pianomom - a canning jar poll... I love it!

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  81. If you do a poll, I think one of the answer options should be "not enough"!

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  82. I am a facebook follower now.

    pianomom

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  83. Being reusable sounds like these would be great. I would love to start my canning experience with these.

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  84. I would love to try these out. After you first posted about them I had hopes of ordering some. Winning some would be so wonderful!

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  85. I'm a Facebook follower too.

    Christa

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  86. I love the fact that they are BPA free and reusable.
    I would love to own these lids for my canning this summer. I'm actually going cherry picking this week and I will be canning some cherry pie filling!
    Thanks for this give-away,

    Christa

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  87. wow those are awesome....I would love to see how well they work

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  88. I posted about your giveaway on my blog.
    Oooh, I hope I win!

    Christa

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  89. The BPA factor is great, but to us newbies the fact that the lid is not wasted because trial and error. Thanks, Amy.

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  90. What a great product! Can't wait to try them.

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  91. Other than your blog being sexist towards us Male Canners... I love it!!

    I make awesome pickles and can hundreds of jars every year.. and HATE throwing the lids away, but remember my mom telling me.. "Botulism can ruin your day" so I do..

    I think I'm going to order some.

    Todd

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  92. Todd, Sorry to leave out the guys! My dad use to pickle okra as a routine and my husband and I have a friend who does all their family's gardening and pickling. I know the women here welcome you and appreciate your bravery as you comment among the females!

    And botulism... So true. That would ruin my MONTH!

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  93. Now I must say, I haven't heard of them until you brought them up. Very interseting to say, the least. The site is so easy! It would be fun to give them a try.

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  94. Thank you so much for the information about this product! I'll really like having reusable, nontoxic lids. It doesn't sit right with me everytime I throw a lid away as I have been doing many times a week with the traditional ones.

    Thanks again,
    Myra~

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  95. Great Giveaway - Thanks! I have posted about it on my blog.

    http://heartsforhomeschooling.blogspot.com/2010/05/giveaway-at-homestead-revival-tattler.html

    Myra~

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  96. Hadn't heard of these. It would be great to give them a try - thanks for blogging them!

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  97. Amy ~
    I am putting your giveaway on my side bar as opposed to posting. This way it will stay at the top of the page and not get lost as the days go on.
    How wonderful of the developer of these lids to comment and offer more giveaways! This is very exciting!
    Blessings!

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  98. The Tattler website is interesting, and these lids remind me of the old glass lids that were used long ago. No more throwing away metal lids with these. I would love to win this give away to try out this summer. I've already canned some peaches,hope for tomatoes soon.

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  99. Wow! I haven't canned yet, but if our beans continue to do as well as they are, I will be this summer. I love the idea of being able to reuse the lids. I found it interesting that these lids have actually been around for decades.

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  100. I just found your blog today and am enjoying reading your posts...they are very helpful and informative! I would love to enter this giveaway. These canning lids sound handy!

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  101. I really hate throwing canning lids away, it's good to know there's a safe alternative! I will absolutely be picking some up for the jamming season-- which is almost here! My strawberries are getting bigger. :)

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  102. Oh my goodness, of course I could use these....I've been canning my own garden harvest for 36 years and this is the first I've seen of these reusable lids and rings. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  103. Yes! I just became a part of the Real Food Movement, so I'm hoping to start the process of acquiring all the gear:)

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  104. Those lids look awesome! I can't wait to get started!

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  105. I will canning for the first time this Summer and I would love to try these lids ...

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  106. Love this! Going to do some Tattler shopping of my own. I love canning and hate buying new lids and throwing them away, what a great solution!

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  107. My husband and I both participate in canning. He does apples and dry beans and I do the rest. Some we put in the freezer, but with the price of everything on the rise, we are hoping to can more this year. We generally use bail tops, but slowly they are chipped or broken and of course not replaced and the rings cannot be reused. We have a full supply of regular canning jars but again the lids must be thrown out after one use. We use the metal lids as garden markers (husband's idea), but we have a life-time supply of used metal lids for that purpose. Looking around the web site I was encouraged by the fact that the rubber rings can be reused and some folks said they are still using the same rings for 20 years. Wow! I hope to try some soon.

    Mrs. D

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  108. I scoured the Website after you posted about these last week. I am just beginning my canning adventure and can definitely use these in my kitchen!

    I WISH I had been included with all the canning my mom and grandmother's did when I was growing up. Oh well, it's never too late to learn/teach yourself something new.

    I will be using these lids whether I win them here or not. Thanks for the information and giveaway! Will there be a discount code after the giveaway ends? :)

    I will email you a way to contact me just in case I win.

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  109. Awesome!! Would love to try these.

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  110. I will definitely be buying some of these lids but winning a few to start with would be awesome :)

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  111. Oh, these are wonderful! I was wondering if there was a way to make buying canning supplies a one time investment. I would really like to have the wide mouth jar lids.

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  112. I blogged about it as well.

    http://www.heaveninthehome.com/2010/05/27/reusable-canning-jar-lids-giveaway/

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  113. These are fantastic! My grandmother and mother have been canning for decades now and Im just beginning my collection but was worried about the bpa as well as having to toss lids after one use. This is the perfect solution, no more excuse to put off canning starting this summer!

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  114. I also forgot to mention Im a follower on Facebook! Its such a fantastic way to keep connected to your blog :)

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  115. Forgot to say I'm also a FB fan. :)

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  116. Oh my! These are awesome!! I could definitely use these in my canning. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful product and for the giveaway.

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  117. I'm really excited about these lids and will definitely purchase some this year! However, to win some would be even better. ; )

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  118. Love this product. Finally, BPA free and reusable!

    I also signed up for FB

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  119. This is a really exciting discovery. Well worth the extra cost because they're an investment. I hope to buy some for my canning later this summer. I need a bunch of regular sized lids.

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  120. Thanks for a great giveaway! I have never heard of these, nor did I know that there was bpa in our regular lids - will we ever get completely away from all these chemicals? I'll be excited to try these once my garden gets producing. Happy canning.
    Blessings,
    Michelle

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  121. Thanks, now I'm a facebook fan!
    Michelle

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  122. I looked at these when I read your preparing for the harvest posting. I think I need to try them.

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  123. I just found your site and I'm so excited I did! Those lids are amazing!!!!!

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  124. I'm 4-H dept. head of the food preservation department at our county fair. We just dropped Jarden as a sponsor of our best in show prizes this year. I'd love more information about your product. If it's as good as it looks I'd love to be able to give some away to our best in show winners and even promote you at the fair. I just clicked on subscribe by email. I'd love more info.

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  125. I'd never heard of these. They look awesome!

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  126. My goodness is it something I would use! My husband and I decided for me to take a different position in my company so we could focus on our values and this would really help us out. It meets the two criterias: 1) reusable, 2) healthy/green. Thanks for sharing this great resource and passing on the gift. :)

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  127. Less is more. Less stuff going to the local sump. Less buying new lids. Less worrying where to find lids when the stores pull them off the shelves for the season.

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