Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Canning Lids

If you've been wanting to try Tattler reusable canning lids, then you should check out Bi-Mart if you live in the Pacific NW. Bi-Mart stores are in WA, OR and ID. I was at Bi-Mart the other day and they are carrying Tattler lids and rings. The lids were selling for $9.99/dz. I love these lids and have never had a problem with them. I picked up a box and would have bought plenty more but I can't spend all my money in one place when we have water damage in the bathroom to fix, not to mention the exhaust and muffler on DH's pickup are rusted clear through and hanging by a thread. It's always something, isn't it?

Tattler Reusable Canning Lids


  1. i used tattlers lids years ago and lost them while relocating overseas for a tour of military duty..anyway, been stocking up on them again a little bit at a time...sure wish they were not so expensive..i have been stocking up on the metal ones too cause i sure dont wanna give away a quart or pint of something and not get my jar or lids back. i have noticed that northeast mississippi does not seem to be into prepping..been seeing where sams and costco have been selling dehydrated foods in #10 cans but not here! so, if i dont do it myself i end up paying high shipping costs to order. you would think that with mississippi being the 50th in everything and the poorest, we would be better at prepping and all...well, guess it is cause i was born and raised elsewhere.

    1. The lids are expensive, but think of the cost over time. I have also reused the metal lids and so far, every one has resealed and I have not lost any food. But, of course, you are not supposed to do that, but if it unseals, than you know not to eat the food. Maybe someone would want to buy lids too, and then you could split the shipping costs to save money. Good luck!


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