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Just to let you know I added a link to your blog on my blog.
Keep up the good work
Wondering if you could reassure me about a recipe of yours found in We Sure Can. I’m making the saskatoon Jam and it doesn’t seem to be producing much juice as i strain the liquid on day two… the berries were ripe (and from a tree three doors down from my toronto home ;). I’m simultaneously macerating 6 batches of a french style starwberry jam which is producing tons of syrup. So how much juice should i expect to strain off the saskatoon berries.
Great website by the way will come back and explore more later!
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