From Berry to Beauty: Grinding strawberries for a delicious and fresh jam

A delicious and easy way to enjoy the sweet and vibrant flavor of strawberries all year round is to make your own fresh strawberry jam. The preservatives in store-bought jams keep the finished product fresh and healthy. You can do this by making your own jam with fresh strawberries.

First, rinse and add a pound of fresh strawberries. Place the strawberry slices in a blender or food processor and pulse until lumps form. By cracking the fruit, this process helps release their sweetness and natural juices.

Put the mashed strawberries in a saucepan with two tablespoons of lemon juice and one cup of sugar. Cook over medium heat, stirring frequently. Grinding strawberries.

The strawberries will begin to firm up and release more juice as they warm up. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes, or until mixture reaches desired consistency. A few drops of jam on a cold plate will tell if it’s ready; If it is wrinkled when pressed, it is wrinkled.Grinding strawberries .

Once the jam has hardened, use a heat source and allow it to cool slightly before filling the filled jar. Cover the jars and cool completely before refrigerating. Serve your strawberry jam with desserts or as a sweet topping for toast and dessert.

Recap: Learn how to mash and cook fresh strawberries with sugar and lemon juice for a burst of flavor in this delicious preservative-free strawberry jam.

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