Strawberry Jam Did Not Set

I prepared jelly from Sure Jell, sugar, etc. The jelly is not thickening. My jars of strawberry jelly are sealed, but I didn't boil them in the hot water bath. Can I put it in a canner with the jars already sealed to boil it? Is it safe to boil them now in the canner?

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July 3, 20190 found this helpful

Yes. Get a new lid and reprocess the jar properly.

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