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More detailed directions (with pictures)
Let’s grab our small amount of ingredients and get them ready to work with! We’re assuming here that your pectin comes with the calcium needed for your calcium water.
Let’s make the calcium water by mixing 1/2 cup of water to 1/2tsp. of calcium water (a good trick to remember this: think “half and half”).
Mix/shake this vigorously to get it all mixed together.
To prepare jars:
Our current recipe makes around 2-4 small jars worth of jam. You can multiply the recipe as much as you need to make more. Wash your jars thoroughly (a dishwasher is a good idea). Then put the jars in the oven.
Turn oven to 225F for twenty minutes. Don’t bother preheating your oven – you could burn yourself! Just turn it on once you’ve got the jars already inside.
Place prepared fruit in saucepan with calcium water. Bring to a boil.
Now you can mix the stevia and pectin powder together.
Then you can add that to the fruit.
Don’t forget! – Pull saucepan off of the heat to mix the pectin powder and stevia sugar together.
Beat vigorously. Bring again to a boil.
Pull your hot jars out of the oven and pour your raspberry jam into them (careful there!). Now put the lids on the jars so they can seal.
Remember when you fill your jars, to leave a ½ “ from the top. Now boil the jam-filled jars in a pot of boiling water for 5 minutes.
Tip: When you take the jars out of the boiling water, place upside down for a little while to help make sure they seal properly.
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