Can You Put Glass in the Freezer?

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You can put glass in the freezer for a short period of time. However, very low temperatures can cause the glass to explode. This is because liquids expand upon freezing. If you intend to use glass jars in a freezer, ensure they are wide-mouthed, dual-purpose jars with enough room for expansion.
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