Simple Homemade Fruit Pectin
There’s nothing better than homemade jam, but every home canner knows your jelly would just be syrup without pectin. Commercial pectins are filled with dextrose and require massive amounts of sugar to set, but you can make your own fruit pectin with this detailed guidebook. Self-sufficiency expert Caleb Warnock provides easy-to-follow instructions for making your own fruit pectin to use in jams and jellies with no unwanted fillers. Making natural pectin has never been easier!
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About Caleb Warnock
Caleb Warnock is the popular author of Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency, The Art of Baking with Natural Yeast, Backyard Winter Gardening For All Climates, More Forgotten Skills, Trouble's On The Menu, and the Backyard Renaissance Collection. He is the owner of SeedRenaissance.com and blogs at CalebWarnock.blogspot.com, where you will find a link to join his email list to learn more about forgotten skills.
About Kami Telford
Kami Telford lives in one of the oldest cities along the Rocky Mountains on her "suburban farm" working out how to create sustainable food production on a small city lot. Her interests include propagating any plant life from exotic to mundane, houseplants to store-bought vegetables. She remodeled her 1900s-era house to learn to better integrate nature into homes. In her spare time, she blends traditional survival skills with cutting-edge science to help create a self-sufficient future for all.