1. Hi Hilary. Yes you can load it into the pantry. We don’t because we have a hot kitchen in the summer and because we want to keep our jam for winter we freeze some.

  1. I have an amazing vine of concord grapes with seeds. How do I make instant pot grape jam with the seeds? So I half ccok and strain the seeds?


    1. Hi Robin

      If you are not wanting the seeds in the jam, i would take the seeds out before cooking the grapes. That is the only way i can think of that you would get the correct consistency for your jam. Yes a very long boring job but it is the only way i can think of sorry if that is not going to help you 🙂

  2. To the answer that was given that the jams can be stored in the pantry, does this mean that you have to do a hot water bath after putting the jam/jelly in your jars to seal them?

    1. Hello Annette,

      We have not done any grape jam unfortunately so cannot help you with you finding a recipe, sorry! 🙂

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