Canning, Jams, Jellies and More

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I am interested in either recipes or cookbooks for beginners who want to make jams, jellies and preserves. Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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pete

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One of my favorites, for basic information, is the 1973 version of "Better Homes & Gardens" Canning cookbook. It gives lots of great information.
 

phatch

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Ball has a guide they'll send you for $5.00. Very extensive. www.homecanning.com is their canning site.

I also like Helen Witty's Good Stuff Cookbook. While actually a book about making yummies for your pantry, it has some of the best preserves that are far from ordinary.

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We use Kerr's Canning booklet, Mrs. Wage's New Home Canning Guide, and also canning instructions available from the University Extension service.

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