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A question about a recipe: Spiced Cider Jellies

Spiced_jellies

I have a question about the recipe "Spiced Cider Jellies" from thirschfeld.
I made these and they are delicious, but they came out very soft (like jello) and weepy. I'm at 4600 feet, so i cut the temperatures down by 8 degrees. More pectin? Different temperature adjustments?

asked by ahstone almost 3 years ago
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