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Preparation of jellies

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Standard or long boil
  1. Prepare fruit and extract juice.
  2. Use ¾ ripe and ¼ underripe fruit.
  3. Wash all fruits thoroughly before cooking.
  4. Crush small fruits or berries; this will start the flow of juice before cooking. ...
  5. Some fruits require added water during the cooking period (chart 1).
  6. Cook the fruit in a broad kettle.
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