Thursday, 9 August 2012

The Jam 411


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1 comment:

  1. Its not the USDA or prescribed method of doing jelly, but its how my family has made jelly for probably 50 years is to follow your recipe (or similar recipe) and then while the jelly is just off the heat pack in jars, wipe rims, lid and immediately invert for one hour on towel covered counters in a draft free area. After 1 hour turn right side up - soon after or within 24 hours, usually less, the jars will seal. We've never had a bad jar of jelly and it actually firms properly. We've had one or two not seal, but they just go straight to the fridge for immediate use. (what a shame huh?)

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