|The Arthritic's Cookbook|
|by H. Collin And Banks, Jane Dong Md|
Updated and expanded for this trade paper edition, this groundbreaking book challenges the Western contention that there is no diet proven to prov...
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Cover mint with ... 3/4 cup. Add honey. Heat to ... Alternatively, process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes (jars will not need to be sterilized).
Or, if honey is mild in ... film. Pour hot jelly into hot, clean ... Cover jars with hot lids; screw on bands firmly. Cool on wire rack. Test for seals.
Cook enough pears to make 8 cups mashed and add 8 cups sugar. Cook pears and sugar until clear and thick. Add 1 cup crushed pineapple, drained, and ...
In a stainless ... lemon juice and honey. Bring to ... minutes. Do a jelly test; and when ... Process for 5 minutes in boiling water bath. Yield 2-1/2 pints.
In an 8 ... boil. Stir in honey and return to ... half-pints. Note: Do not double recipe. If desired, use the remaining pectin and sauterne to make a second batch.
Combine honey with 1 cup of water. Bring to a boil. Add pectin. Bring to a rolling boil 1/2 minute. Remove from heat, pour into jars and seal with paraffin.
Crush strawberries and drain through jelly bag without cooking. ... rolling boil. Add honey and sugar. Again ... Skim. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.
Measure pectin and ... juice, sugar and honey. Stir until ... glass. Then add more paraffin. To remove paraffin, pull string and it comes off in one piece.
Mix honey and water; heat ... quickly into sterile jelly glasses and seal ... ounce) glasses. Mighty poor bee that doesn't make more honey than he wants.
Measure juice into a non-aluminum saucepan. Add honey, stir well ... Skim off foam with metal spoon. Pour in jars. Process 10 minutes in boiling water bath.
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