6 oz box
Water, Fruit Pectin, Lactic Acid And Citric Acid (Assit Gel), Potassium Citrate (Controls Acidity), Sodium Benzoate (Preservative).
From the makers of Sure-Jell. For homemade jams & jellies. 2 liquid pouches inside. America's Original since 1934. Quick & easy recipes inside. Handcraft your own fresh preserve with Certo Premium Liquid Fruit Pectin! Certo premium liquid fruit pectin is made with pectin from real fruit and can be used to make traditional cooked or quick-and-easy freezer jam and jelly recipes. For less or no sugar needed recipes look for Sure-Jell premium fruit pectin in the pink box. What's the difference between using liquid pectin and dry pectin? Certo premium liquid fruit pectin can be added directly to quick-and-easy freezer jams or jellies (see recipe insert for details). Sure-jell dry pectin must be brought to a boil while stirring constantly to fully dissolve the pectin powder. For cooked jams and jellies, the difference between using liquid and dry pectin is the order in which the pectin is added to the recipe. Liquid pectin is added after ingredients are brought to a boil. Dry pectin is added to prepared fruit before bringing to a boil or adding other ingredients. For great recipes and tips visit surejell.com. For great recipe ideas, questions or comments, contact us at www.surejell.com or call 1-800-43Pectin (1-800-437-3284).
Strawberry Quick & Easy Jam What You Need: Certo. Fruit. Sugar. Containers/Jars. All you need to make homemade jam is one pouch of Certo, strawberries, and sugar. Quick & Easy Recipe: Certo to Use: 1 pouch. Fruit to Buy: 1 qt (2 tbsp. of fresh lemon juice also required). Sugar: 4 cups. Yield: 4 containers (1 cup size). Cooked Recipe: Certo To Use: 1 pouch. Fruit to Buy: 2 qt. Sugar: 7 cups. Yield: 8 jars (1 cup size). Refrigeration helps maintain freshness.
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