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Using tall bottles to preserve hot sauce, how to seal them?

 
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Hi, I found you guys from your canning video on Youtube. I want to make some homemade hot sauce and put it into taller bottles, how does one properly seal these types of bottles? I know some come with their own caps with seals but I think it might be difficult to use them in a traditional canning situation. Thank you for your help!
 
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Ana, welcome to permies!

Here is a thread on that same problem.  https://permies.com/t/55044/kitchen/Seal-Hot-Sauce-Bottle
 
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