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How to natural strawberry jam

Pectin is what makes the mixture more โ€œjellyโ€ like. In this recipe I used apple because there is naturally occurring pectin in apple๐Ÿ.You can also use strawberry with a green tip ๐Ÿ“

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INGREDIENTS
Gather all the ingredient. You can omit honey to sugar.

Gather all the ingredient. You can omit honey to sugar.

1. Hull strawberries and cut in each strawberry in half (or quarters if large), place in a crock pot\ud83c\udf53

1. Hull strawberries and cut in each strawberry in half (or quarters if large), place in a crock pot๐Ÿ“

Cut the sides of the apples away from the core and grate the apple leaving the skins on. I used my food processor for this \ud83c\udf4f

Cut the sides of the apples away from the core and grate the apple leaving the skins on. I used my food processor for this ๐Ÿ

Place everything on the crockpot, including the lemon juice\ud83c\udf53\ud83c\udf4f\ud83c\udf4b

Place everything on the crockpot, including the lemon juice๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‹

This how it look like after 1 hour.

This how it look like after 1 hour.

Add honey and mix it well. Smash the strawberry using a potato masher. You could also use a blender for this. Jam can either be placed in freezer safe jars, or canned using a water bath for 10 min.

Add honey and mix it well. Smash the strawberry using a potato masher. You could also use a blender for this. Jam can either be placed in freezer safe jars, or canned using a water bath for 10 min.

Take it out and refrigerate for 2-3 hours. I do mine overnight ๐Ÿ˜ it taste wonderful with the bread ๐Ÿž๐Ÿ“

  • 5.0lb Strawberry
  • 2.0c Honey
  • 0.0 Big Lemon
  • 3.0 Apples