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Homemade Cherry Jelly (No Sugar)


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@Wet Vette got the idea to do some canning of the fruit in the yard. Right now the Bing Cherries are ripe and looking good. Eileen went out and picked the cherries using the hard tonneau cover on my 1996 Dodge which you can use like a mini-scaffold. She sat outside at the table and was pitting cherries with a straw and had juice running all the way down to her elbows. Brought it all in and cooked it down. She come out with a small cup of the foam she skimmed off and gave me a spoonful... OMG! :wow: That is awesome. No sugars (just Splenda) added and its tangy flavor even. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, JAG1 said:

How come she's standing on the side of the stove? Is that because the rock slide is nearer the front ?

 

Nope its a island stove so you can stand on the side or front if you wish. We tend to stand at the side that way you can walk past the cook and do other prep or clean up without making the cook move out of the way. 

As for the jelly. Man that stuff is good. Sugar free cherry jelly turned out super good. Bit tart being there is no sugar but taste very natural. Now the other batch she did with sugar is good as well but sweet. The sugar-free tasted better personally. 

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