Can that Fruit! The Beginner's Guide to Making Jam

Preserving fresh fruit and making jams and jellies at the height of the season will give you that wonderful summer taste all year long (12 Photos)

Elizabeth Geddes on Jul 28, 2011 at 10:22AM

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Can that Fruit! The Beginner's Guide to Making Jam

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Check out your local grocery store or farmer's market for fresh fruit. Here, we used fresh raspberries and blackberries, but most fruit like strawberries, kiwis or blueberries can be substituted. To compliment the berries, we purchased raspberry vinegar, sugar, pink peppercorns and a young tawny port (recipe to follow). The port can easily be excluded, just increase the amount of sugar and vinegar. Don't forget the pectin! This is a powder that is a key ingredient in most jams and jellies.

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