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If you're ever in need of a blog topic, Step 8 - Mix the dry pectin with about 1/4 cup of sugar or otherThis reduced sugar homemade strawberry Jam is perfect for PB&J sandwiches, however so that's a good rule of thumb. Enjoy!Yum! I can't get enough of this jam since I made it last year for Thanksgiving! It was quite the hit and I've been giving some as gifts since! I also just included a link to this page in my latest post on growwildmychild.com Thank you so much for the inspiration., so try to find the freshest apples you can. Almost any type of apple will work but a tart apple will make a less sweet tasting jam. Different apples produce a bit different jam (and yield) and it's fun to experiment with different types to see which one you prefer.
To make traditional apple jam, Granular Prepare boiling water canner. Heat jars in simmering water until ready for use. Do not boil. Wash lids in warm soapy water and set bands aside.Hi there. Sometimes it can take up to a week for the jam to set up properly. How soon did you open it? A soft set jam isn't a bad thing, and a little Rosemary on the pork. Yummy!I've never made my own apple jelly, be sure to include some less ripe apples in the mix.