How do you preserve homemade jam?

Chef's answer
Preserve for Now or Later
  • Enjoy it now: Cool filled jars to room temperature. Place lids and bands on jars and label. Refrigerate jam or jelly for up to three weeks or serve immediately to enjoy now.
  • Freeze it: Leave ?-inch headspace when filling jars. Cool, lid, and label. Freeze jam or jelly for up to 1 year.
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    Or, cool to room temperature, about 1 hour. Cover and let stand overnight or until set, but not longer than 24 hours. Refrigerate or freeze. (Refrigerate for up to 3 weeks or freeze for up to 12 months.).
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