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dewberry jelly


dewberries grow wild in my part of the country. they are very similar to blackberries, but larger and sweeter. this is the my dh's favorite jelly. you can use this same recipe using blackberries or boysenberries. the times listed in the recipe do not include the straining time.


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  1. Place berries in large boiler with enough water to almost cover berries
  2. Bring to a boil
  3. Turn down
  4. And simmer berries for 5 to 10 minutes
  5. Allow to cool slightly
  6. Then pour through fine sieve type strainer and allow to drain overnight
  7. You should now have 3 3 / 4 cups juice
  8. Place the juice in a large boiler with the package of pectin and bring to a full rolling boil
  9. Stir often
  10. While this is coming up to a boil
  11. Measure sugar into a bowl
  12. When the juice is at a full rolling boil
  13. Add the sugar quickly and stir constantly
  14. Bring back to a full rolling boil and cook for exactly 1 minute
  15. Stirring constantly
  16. Remove from heat and ladle into jars that have been prepared and sterilized
  17. Wipe rims of jars with damp
  18. Clean rag and place lids and rings on jars
  19. Process in a water bath for 10 minutes

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 35

Ingredients Count 3

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