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This is a ... excellent flavor. This jam is not canned ... Dissolve the powdered pectin in the water, ... half-pint jars Source: University of Georgia and USDA
Crush fruit, measure ... 10 minutes. Combine pectin and lemon juice. ... or until the jam is set. To ... weeks, or freeze up to 1 year. Makes 5 half-pints.
Prepare fruit. Sort ... berries. To make jam. Place prepared ... stirring occasionally. Dissolve pectin in water and ... refrigerator or one year in freezer.
Crush berries, measure ... 10 minutes. Combine pectin and lemon juice. ... hours or until jam is set. Store ... or 1 year in freezer. Makes 4 half pints.
Crush berries. Measure ... pan. Stir in pectin. Bring to ... pressing down on center of lid. If lid springs back up it is not sealed and should be refrigerated.
PREPARING: Crush berries; ... 10 minutes. Combine pectin and lemon juice. ... temperature or until jam is set. Store ... year in freeze. Makes 5 half-pints.
Crush berries one ... cups pulp; add pectin. Bring mixture ... boiling water bath. Invert jars for 30 minutes to prevent floating fruit. Yield: 8 3/4 cups.
Stir sugar into ... Quickly stir fruit pectin into fruit mixture ... Invert jars 5 minutes, then turn upright. Cool. Store and refrigerate after opening.
Crush berries one ... and Sure-Jell fruit pectin in small saucepan. ... 24 hours. Store jam in freezer. (Small ... weeks). Approximate yield: 6 1/2 cups.
To a jar ... and crush. Add pectin, fruit and ... Put in jars and seal in 1/2 pint jars for 5 minutes. Cool and store. Yield is 6 1/2 pint jars or 3 pints.
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