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I am so sorry for just now seeing your comment! I found it in spam for some reason. I hope you found the answer in the post. I had to adjust the amount of lemon because our British winter strawberries are a bit sour! Same with our German winter strawberries!
Would this recipe work with other berries as well? Such as raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc. Looking forward to giving this recipe a try — this will be my first ever attempt at making jam. You might just have to adjust the honey a bit.
Hope it turns out well. Hi Erin, I wonder if I could use frozen strawberries? When its not strawberry season I tend to use frozen. Frozen will work fine as long as the berries are actually sweet. Your email address will not be published. Thank you so much for taking time to leave feedback! Notify me of replies to my comment via e-mail. Subscribe me to new posts via email. Questions about how to make strawberry jam?
Can I use another type of sweetener? Brown rice syrup for a non-paleo version would be great. I think dates or date syrup would be odd.
And I unfortunately have no clue when it comes to low-carb sweeteners. Can this homemade strawberry jam recipe be canned? Like what you see and want more? Erin replies to Patsy July 15, Joanne says June 14, 9: Can you hot water bath and preserve this jam? Erin replies to Joanne June 19, 8: Erin replies to Zerrin June 10, 7: Brittany Audra Audra's Appetite says June 4, 4: Yolanda says June 2, 6: Erin replies to Yolanda June 2, 8: Yolanda replies to Erin June 4, 3: Erin replies to Yolanda June 5, 8: Karlie says May 29, 4: Erin replies to Karlie June 19, 9: I never knew it would thicken so well with nothing added!
Erin replies to Maria March 8, 9: Teri Mince says February 26, 7: Can this be processed for canning? Or placed in the freezer for use later?
I love to poach pears with star anise, lemon, ginger, and cinnamon. This is when all of our berries are pretty cheap. The importance of fish has governed Swedish population and trade patterns far back in history. Being a diabetic, I stay clear of Jams but I guess kids visiting home would love this. May 7, at 9: French jam tends to be runny, and depending on the apricots, it can be runnier still, almost more compote than jam. Traditionally served leached with white sauce and fried pork.
Erin replies to Teri Mince February 27, 9: You can freeze it but I have no idea about canning. Brigitte says December 20, 4: Erin replies to Brigitte December 20, 8: