MAKE PEACH FREEZER JAM EDUCATES ON HOW TO MAKE THIS SUPER JAM!

MAKE PEACH FREEZER JAM EDUCATES ON HOW TO MAKE THIS SUPER  FRUIT JAM THAT CAN BE STORED IN THE FREEZER FOR SOME MONTHS WITHOUT  GOING OFF!

Peaches are one of those useful, tasty and sweet fruits you can choose to eat raw or cooked or even used in your home-made yogurts.

You can equally enjoy this healthy eating fruit as a jam to be spread on your bread, toast, or even on biscuits including weight-watchers biscuits.

PREPARATION, INGREDIENTS/RECIPES:

1.  3 lbs of ripped peaches

2.  5 C of granulated sugar

3.  2 T ginger

4.  2 pkgs ( 1 3/4 oz) powdered pectin

5.  4 (1 pint) freezer containers with lids

6.  1 C cold water


Once you get your ingredients right and ready, the preparation is easy.

To start, gently remove the pits from the peaches and then peel off the skins.

Then chop the peeled peaches up very fine to make about 4 C.

Then follow up by placing the peaches in a large mixing bowl and add ginger and stir together.

Slowly and gently add the sugar and mix until well combined.

Then, place the cold water in a small saucepan and place over  medium heat and then add pectin.

Now bring to a boil being sure to stir continuously. When the water comes to a rapid boil cook for 1 minute.

Then remove from heat and pour into fruit and stir until all is combined.

Now continue to stir intermittently for 4-5 minutes.

Pour the mixture into the 1 pint freezer containers and cover with lids.

Now you have to leave the containers standing at room temperature for one full day or (24 Hours)

The job is done and you can freeze for 2, 3, or up to 6 months!

When ready to use, all you have to do is, to remove from the freezer and allow coming to room temperature about 1 -2 hours.Once you start using, be very careful about the storage. However a freezer jam can and will stay good in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. Organic fruits and vegetables!  


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