How to prevent fruit rising to the top when making jam?

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Answered: Fruit Cup Day for the Fruit Cups

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Answered: Frozen fruit for jam?

Thanks for the info! I'll give it a try.

Answered: Has anyone tried using pre-made fruit purees to ...

The only problem I have with commercial puree' in home wine making is that they add the wrong kind of sugar to the puree'. Most any fruit you make into wine needs brewing sugar (food grade dextrose) then bring it up to proper acid with malic or citric, sterilize your carboys, cool the juice, and ...

Answered: Fejoya jam - Yummy ?

I just found out that I have fejoya tree in my garden! I planted it for the lovely, delicate flowers and two years later, I was surprised with it's delicious fruit. I normally don't like the passion-flavored type of fruits, but this one is so subtle, and can be related to so many other fruits, as ...

Answered: Is there an easy way to make your own strawberry jam?

Making homemade strawberry jam is surprisingly easy. Get equal parts sugar and strawberries, boil for about 15 minutes, and let cool. Be sure to put the jam in sterilized glass jars, or you could get some mold growing :( Be careful when you're boiling it, it expands like crazy and can easily ...
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Choose about 3 or 4 of your favorite fruit's, cut them in chunks and mix with your favorite yogurt. Serve and top with a little cool whip. Don't get any easier than that.

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I would guess that the powder was wholly or in part citric acid. I would think that this should be fairly easy to run down.

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I have never heard of this before, but I don't think that you should use them. It doesn't sound right and it's better to be safe and buy new ones.