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Too late to heat process my jelly and jam?

soccermom13 | Sep 14, 201904:39 AM     15

About 7 days ago, I made apple jelly and Italian prune plum jam. I put it into sterilized jars then screwed on plastic lids. I had hoped to clear out some freezer space for these jars, but I now realize that's not going to happen. Is it too late to heat process this jam and jelly? If it's not too late, will I need to increase the processing time since the jam/jelly is now at refrigerator temp?

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