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    Hey friends, I have LOADS of queensberry, and I can't eat it all.
    Do any of you guys have an easy jam recipe for me?
    I'm not a great cook... I tried to make an over complicated recipe and I ended up with a rock-hard candy thing that it's not jelly, lol
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    Do a search for how to make jelly. My wife said you might need to use "Sure Gel."
    She also said if you want to make jam: https://www.wikihow.com/Make-Jam

    Deimos, that is about all I know on the subject.

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    My jams have been limited to blueberry and strawberry. They were pretty simple. Not familiar with Queensberry, but here is what I've found that might work for you. https://thecafesucrefarine.com/queen...blueberry-jam/
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    Sounds yummy!!!

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    I did it! I managed to make jelly!
    And without the "sure gel". I used only fruit, sugar and water. Lots of boiling water, lol.
    But it won't last long, I already ate most of it.
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    Pectin, the gelling substance in SureGel, occurs naturally I many fruits. Other fruits, you have to add it
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    Queensberry jam is a type of jam that is made from the most succulent, sugary, and ripe fruit possible.

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