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They're ripe, and they're free! Another experiment in 100-foot cuisine! They grow wild, we're stewards of the land (that is, we pay the property taxes on it), and ...
1-2 quarts of ripe blackberries 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 teaspoon size packets Stevia in the Raw 3 t. powdered pectin
Wash the blackberries. Bring water and sugars to a boil. Add the blackberries. They'll turn red as they get hot. Boil them for 5 minutes, stirring frequently. You can ...
Mash the berries with a vegetable masher.
Ladle the hot blackberries into a strainer over a bowl. Press the juice out.
Return the juice to the pan and bring to a boil again. Slowly stir in the pectin and continue to boil for another two minutes, stirring constantly.
Pour the juice into clean, hot jars. Cool to room temperature. If all goes according to plan, the jelly will set as it cools. If it doesn't, refrigerate ...
This isn't processed, so it will need to be refrigerated and eaten within a month. (I don't like to crank up my canner unless I have six jars ...
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