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Drain juice and ... vinegar, jello, and horseradish. Bring to boil. Add beets. Mix and refrigerate in tightly covered dish until jellied (several hours).
Heat beet juice and Sure-jel to boil. Add sugar and jello, stir to dissolve. Bring to a hard boil, no longer than 6 minutes. Pour in jars and seal.
Extract 4 cups beet juice. Place beet ... Add sugar, Kool Aid and cook for 2 minutes after it comes to a good boil. Skim and pour into sterilized glasses.
Peel and slice beets, use enough ... again and add sugar all at once. Bring to full rolling boil and boil hard for three (3) minutes. This makes 3 pints.
Add 1 package sure jell to beet juice. Bring to ... raspberry Jello. Stir until dissolved; then skim. Pour into jars and seal. This tastes like raspberry jelly.
Cook 6 large beets until done (sliced) ... make 4 cups. Mix Sure Jell with juices; bring to a boil. Add sugar. Boil hard for three minutes. Seal in jars.
Wash beets and cook until ... minute. Add sugar and boil 4 minutes or until mixture coats spoon. Pour into jars and seal. Do not use pre-sweetened Kool Aid.
Measure beet juice in a ... all at one time and bring to rolling boil. Boil 3 minutes or until it drips slowly off the spoon. I always use a wooden spoon.
Add: Chill until thickened. Mix in 2 cups beet and 1 cup celery, chopped. Chill until firm.
Bring beet juice, lemon juice, Kool-Aid and Sure-Jell to a boil. Boil 1 minute. Add sugar and bring to boil. Boil 1 minute. Put in jars. Seal with wax.
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