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    Default I checked out the Sure Jell website

    and I noticed a hot pepper jelly freezer jelly recipe. I love hot pepper jelly over a block of cream cheese to eat with crackers but to get the good kind is pricey. I now know what I'm doing on Friday. LOL

    I made another batch of strawberry freezer jam. I'm giving some to neighbors and friends. My husband said I'm crazy and I told him he only thinks that until he eats the jam then he realizes I am crazy like a fox.

    I believe I am now obsessed with freezer jam and need mental help. LOLOLOL
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    Love hot pepper jelly over cream cheese - mahalo for the reminder - I'm going to add it to my things to do this summer!! Yum!!

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    Oh, I haven't had hot pepper jelly in ages! That sounds so good. Think I will go exploring on the website........

    You will be hooked on freezer jam. It is sooooo easy to make and tastes soooo good. Beats anything that is in the stores. I even used store bought frozen berries to make some one year for Xmas. The people were most grateful for it......like a little touch of summer...in the dead of winter!

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    I keep Clear Jel in #10 can size in my long-term emergency food storage as well as using it in all kinds of things. It's one of those "ingredients" I wonder how I lived without it (LOL).

    Recipes:

    http://www.gygi.com/institute/clearjel.pdf

    http://www.theingredientstore.com/ge...etails/310.htm

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    where do you buy a # 10 can of clear jel? thanx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefrug View Post
    where do you buy a # 10 can of clear jel? thanx!
    I got it from Blue Chip Group (which is where I get my whey-based milk substitute, Morning Moo's, as well as some other products for long-term storage): www.bluechipgroup.net

    Price List:
    http://www.bluechipgroup.net/products/fdretail.pdf

    #10 can = 20-oz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grainlady View Post
    I keep Clear Jel in #10 can size in my long-term emergency food storage as well as using it in all kinds of things. It's one of those "ingredients" I wonder how I lived without it (LOL).

    Recipes:

    http://www.gygi.com/institute/clearjel.pdf

    http://www.theingredientstore.com/ge...etails/310.htm
    Have never heard of this - but very interesting - good sites too. Mahalo!!

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    I make hot pepper jelly every year.`I give it for gifts because everyone loves it so much. It's SO good with creme cheese and crackers.

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    Can someone link to the recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Early Bird View Post
    Can someone link to the recipe?

    Here's their freezer hot pepper jelly recipe: http://brands.kraftfoods.com/SureJel...ecipe_id=52024


    Here's their recipe for hot pepper jelly that you can: http://brands.kraftfoods.com/SureJel...ecipe_id=51962
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    grainlady
    when you buy the clear jel is there directions to make freezer jam? and is there anything else you use it to make?

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    I brought a jar of (not so) hot pepper jelly, cream cheese and crackers to work today. My co-workers gobbled it all up!

    DH is going camping this weekend so I am planning on making another batch. This time I'll get it right

    I'm making another batch of strawberry freezer jam this week. Between DH and I pigging out on it, and giving some away, its not lasting as long as I had hoped LOL I still have several jars in the freezer. I'm just trying to get more stocked up on it.
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    “When you get to the end of all the light you know
    and it's time to step into the darkness of the unknown,
    faith is knowing that one of two things will happen:
    you will be given something solid to stand on,
    or you will be taught how to fly.” - Edward Teller


    “Our Earth is degenerate in these later days;
    there are signs that the world is speedily
    coming to an end;
    bribery and corruption are common; children no
    longer obey their parents;
    every man wants to write a book and the
    end of the world is evidently approaching.”
    — From a translation of an inscription on
    an Assyrian clay tablet, circa 2800 B.C.E.


    God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
    courage to change the things I can,
    and the wisdom to know the difference
    .



    aho mitakuye oyasin

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