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Pomona Pectin

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Frugal Upstate:

--- Quote from: PorcupineKate on July 31, 2013, 01:42:48 PM ---How long does Pomona Pectin store for?

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I've never used it-but want to.  At my master food preservers course they said it has no expectation date when purchased in bulk.

archer:

--- Quote from: PorcupineKate on July 31, 2013, 01:42:48 PM ---How long does Pomona Pectin store for?   

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forever and a day..

from their faq:
Pomona’s Pectin is a shelf-stable product. It keeps indefinitely. Store it cool and dry in an airtight container.


http://www.pomonapectin.com/faq/


i made some blackberry jam last weekend from blackberries picked at the local Chinese buffet place.

Nicodemus:

--- Quote from: Archer on August 05, 2013, 12:21:35 PM ---i made some blackberry jam last weekend from blackberries picked at the local Chinese buffet place.

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What was the price per pound for blackberries at the buffet?  ;D

archer:

--- Quote from: Nicodemus on August 05, 2013, 08:48:45 PM ---What was the price per pound for blackberries at the buffet?  ;D

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not in the buffet line, the workers kept them for themselves.
they even showed my GF where to get more of them

Jack Crabb:
Other than bulk packaging and shelf life, what does Pomona's pectin offer that is better than Ball or Certo, etc.?

Also, what is the "calcium water" that is included in the Pomona box?

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