Mulberry Jam

Mulberry Jam created by Onehornedone

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ingredients

  • 3 lbs mulberries, ripe
  • 12 cup lemon juice
  • 7 cups sugar
  • 1 bottle liquid pectin

directions

  • Put berries in saucepan and crush.
  • Heat gently until juice starts to flow.
  • Then, simmer covered, for 15 min.
  • Put into jelly cloth or bag and squeeze out the juice. Measure out 3 cups of juice into a very large saucepan.
  • Add sugar and lemonjuice, mix well.
  • Put over high heat and bring to a boil, stirring constantly.
  • AT ONCE STIR IN THE PECTIN.
  • Then, bring to a rolling boil and boil hard for 1 min., stirring constatly.
  • Remove from heat skim off the foam, with a metal spoon.
  • POUR QUICKLY INTO HOT STERILIZED JARS AND THEN SEAL.
  • Then Enjoy.
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  1. bohogalinsocal
    I just used this recipe. I was a bit concerned of how mulberry jam would gel andctaste, color too! This came out fabulous! A unique jelly that isn't like anything else! Very tasty! Color reminds me of cranberry sauce. Great recipe! Try it!& TY to the author!
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  2. Steven S.
    This is good proportions the only problem is this is far from a jam you're reducing the fruit from the mixture and using just the juice and calling this a jam so I can't write this as a good mulberry jam because it's not really a jam
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  3. tdebra374
    I did exactly was written and the same thing happened as last year it didn't set
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  4. tdebra374
    I have real fruit liquid pectin , do I use one box?
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  5. Onehornedone
    Mulberry Jam Created by Onehornedone
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