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eSpotlight - Jams, Jellies, and Preserves

Submitted by Anna Fox on Tue, 11/13/2018 - 7:00 AM

Plum Jam

Jams, Jellies, and Preserves

Fall and winter are my favorite seasons because that's when I feel that desire to bake during my free time really kick in. One of the things my family and I love to make during the fall is homemade jam and homemade applesauce. We spent this past weekend making our homemade applesauce with delicious pippin and braeburn apples and raspberry jam with berries from Gizdich Ranch. If you're looking to make jam, jellies, or other preserves on your own, we have some excellent eBooks that you can access from the comfort of your home.

Jams & JelliesOld-Fashioned Jams, Jellies, and Sweet PreservesI Love Jam67 Jam RecipesThe Jam and Marmalade BibleJams, Jellies, and MoreArtisanal Preserves

More Preserves and Canning

Looking to learn more about preserves or just canning in general? There's so much you can do with home canning! Check out these eBooks for more information:

Preserving by the PintHome Canning and PreservingComplete Canning GuideFood in JarsPut 'em Up!Mrs. Beeton's Jam-Making & PreservesWe Sure Can!Seasonal Preserves

Grow Your Own Garden

You can even grow your own fruits and veggies for canning. We grow tomatoes every year and love canning some of them to use in homemade spaghetti sauce throughout the year. Here are some eBooks to help you grow your own food.

The Jam Maker's GardenHow to create a new vegetable gardenHigh-Yield Vegetable GardeningLandscaping with FruitBackyard HarvestThe Complete Kitchen GardenThe Grow Your Own Food Handbook

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