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Yum. I wish for figs.

You may find your jam gets more jelled as it sits on the shelf a few weeks. This has happened with several of mine, though sadly, mostly with those which were jelled enough already, and not with the yummy, but runny strawberries.

thanks so much for posting this recipe! now i have 2 canning projects for this week...fig preserves and raspberry jam!


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A very timely posting. I've seen a lot on preserving figs, but even one that seems to "candy" them... http://www.culiblog.org/

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