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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.
    Last edited by starsapphire; 07-07-2009 at 12:23 AM.

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