Reasons to Avoid Pectin in Home Canning (and What to Use Instead)
By The Healthy Home Economist on May 05, 2014
Pectin is an almost universal additive to commercially made jams and jellies. Even when homemade, this ingredient is commonly used to ensure a consistently gelled end result. What many homemade jam and jelly enthusiasts don’t realize, however, is that pectin is not a desirable ingredient and should be avoided when an optimally healthy condiment is the goal. (...)Read the rest of Reasons to Avoid Pectin in Home Canning (and What to Use Instead) (797 words) © Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist for The Healthy Home Economist, 2014. . . .
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