This simple guide will help you fill your pantry with sparkling jewel toned jars that you'll be proud to serve your family and give as gifts.
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The Fiercely D.I.Y. Guide to Jams, Jellies and Fruit Butter is such a fun book. Where else can I get a recipe for Cowboy Coffee Jelly? Kathie combines just the right amount of teaching, recipes and helpful tips to make canning seem doable even for the beginner and interesting even for those who have been making jams and jellies for many years. I’m very impressed with the diversity of projects in this book. I’ll be adding this to my gift giving list this year. ~Angi from Schneider Peeps
Learn about jam gel stages, how to test for it, what to do if it turns out syrupy and more.
Solutions for busy days including how to use the slow cooker, how to convince fruit to up give up water more quickly, and other methods to make the whole process more efficient.
Kathie is a life-long do-it-yourselfer who learned how to can from her grandmas and has continued to learn and grow in food preservation techniques. She writes about these topics and teaches them to students both in-person and online on regular basis. Kathie presents solid techniques with the most up-to-date approved canning methods alongside creative and tasty recipes.
"Excellent primer for the beginning jam and jelly maker, with plenty of inspiration for the more experienced jammer. It includes small batch jams made with honey, and low sugar jams for those wanting to cut down their sugar. Unusual recipes include wine jelly, pepper-balsamic-blueberry jam, and warm spicy fruit butters made in the slow cooker." ~ Chris of Joybilee Farm
"I'm not a precise jam-maker. Let's be honest, I'm not a precise anything-maker and that's why I need this little booklet. Jam was my first attempt at canning and I own several canning books but how come I never heard of the 'sheet test' for jell-set before Kathie taught it to me here? And holey moley, am I excited to try these recipes to get out of my strawberry jam rut. How about Melon Star Anise or Banana Ginger Butter? I'm seriously going to need a lot of toast for the buffet of awesome, jams, jellies, and fruit butters I'm going to make this year." ~ Tessa of Homestead Lady
For the folks who like to hold actual books and for all your gift giving needs, there is a black & white printed booklet. The booklet is 26 pages (not including cover) and is 8 1/2" Long by 5 1/2" wide.
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