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I have homemade pectin frozen from 8/09. Can I still use it in a boysenberry jam recipe? I have the berries now.

asked by Carecooks over 6 years ago

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SKK
added over 6 years ago

I am assuming you made your pectin using apples. Frozen fruit generally has a freezer life of one year. You are talking two years. If it was my pectin I would toss it and make more rather than risk spoiling the great berries you currently have.

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added over 6 years ago

Thanks SKK. That's what I thought. I think that I'll just try a recipe without any pectin. It seems that lemon pulp and seeds in a bag can add some. So I think that I'll give that a try.

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