If you've ever shied away from making fruit jam at home (what with all that special equipment and painstaking sterilizing), you'll be happy to know that it doesn't have to be so complicated. Just store your jam in the refrigerator instead of in the pantry, and you can avoid the trappings of traditional home preserving techniques. Melissa Clark of The New York Times shows us a simpler way for perfecting our favorite toast topping at home, hassle-free.
Move the Milk, Make Room for the Jam from The New York Times
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