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January 03, 2012


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We had a quiet New Years Eve too.
I love making Jam & plan to make a lot more this year. Wish i had a garden to grow big fruit shrubs in :(
Love your very simple way of making jams... will take note and come back to this again x


Looks delicious!


Doda do you use the jam sugar with pectin? Your jam looks lovely, wish I had fruit growing in my garden x


It looks delicious, I love making my own jam.


Debbie, I don't use jam sugar with pectin unless I am using fruits that are not high in pectin content like strawberries. For this jam I used Lidls cheapest granulated sugar and it set beautifully.


I love jam and this is a great idea - I've never tried it but feel very inspired! Thank you! Happy New Year btw!


Another preserves fan here, damson or greengage are my all time favourites, but you don't seem to be able to get them easily nowadays. What kind of ginger do you use, I rather fancy the plum ginger combo?


I made jam last year in a similar way when a friend brought a bucket of blackcurrants round. Love how you've labelled them. Maybe you have started a trend!


Thanks all. Eleanor, I used a teaspoonful of ground ginger and some crystalised ginger pieces- the kind you get at Julian Graves. I love lots of ginger, and it is a delicious combination!

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