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    JAMS, JELLIES, & OTHER CANNING [tried and true]

    I always took jam and jelly for granted when I was little. All I knew was that if I wanted PB&J, I could use the purple squeeze bottle in the refridgerater door. Now I'm learning to make my own! These are some that I've tried and like.

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    I was intrigued by the idea of making jelly out of tea when someone posted a request for recipes. I tried this one, and I like it alot. Obviously, it all depends on the quality of your tea. So far I've only tried this with a very high quality organic chai, and it is SO good! If you find a type of tea that works really well for this, post a review and let us know! [http://www.seedsofknowledge.com/teajelly.html]

    Recipe #147883

    37 Reviews |  By Dib's

    One of those unique recipes from a 1935 cook book.

    Recipe #11514

    This recipes is from the Ball Blue Book. The only thing I did differently is to add lemon zest. It's really refreshing, because the lemon zest/juice keeps it from being overly sweet. This is one of my favorite jams that I make each year.

    Recipe #203316

    From the Ball Blue Book, this is a yummy jam! Cook time is estimated.

    Recipe #64235

    There were a lot of good looking recipes kicking around here for various pear jellies and jams, but none were quite what I was looking for. So I tinkered with existing recipes and came up with this one. It's very sugary sweet, which scared off some friends of mine when they tasted it straight out of the jar. (TIP: never leave jars of jam out around your hungry bachelor friends!) When they came to their senses and tried it on something (toast, waffles, biscuits, oatmeal, etc.), they were won over. This goes great with peanut butter too. (I make this with a mix of half Bosch and half Asian pears.)

    Recipe #147884

    This is just one of my comfort foods. I love it slathered on homemade biscuits. MMMMmmmm...so good.

    Recipe #93886

    I love a good pickled green bean recipe and these beans are very good!

    Recipe #31865


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