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To be honest I don't know but I wouldn't have thought so x
By linda turner on 08 July 2015
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Yes clips on the side. That is on a preserving pan.
By lorna on 29 January 2017
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Hi yes it can, it needs to be in the pan so you can watch the temprerure. Hope this helps
By Roz Frost on 21 March 2015
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thank you for the question. I can confirm this is ok for heating raw milk kind regards
By Jason Nichols, KitchenCraft cu… MANUFACTURER on 14 August 2017
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Not sure as I used this to make fudge?
By Joolesb13 on 21 March 2015
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There is a sliding clip on the back of the thermometer that hooks over the lip of the pan.
By chellybotti on 29 July 2017
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No there is no clip you will have to get one.
By Deejay on 23 August 2017
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I think so. The temperature range is from 40 - 200C.
By Graham Taylor on 20 December 2016
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Yes it will measure any temp for home baking and jam making, and its really easy to use
By Karen B on 01 July 2014
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Hello, yes I submerged this thermometer while boiling fruit for jam.
By Lucygleeson on 10 November 2014