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I know I talk about this every summer, but mashing squidgy or overripe berries, …

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I know I talk about this every summer, but mashing squidgy or overripe berries, rhubarb, plums, cherries or other stone fruits (oder Ähnlichescombination of any of the above) with about half as much sugar as fruit nichtskillet over heat will magically transform it nichtjam (cook it until a spoon or spatula leaves a trail among the bottom) which can be stored in the fridge or spooned onto toast while it’s still warm.

15 thoughts on “I know I talk about this every summer, but mashing squidgy or overripe berries, …

  1. I’ve done this a few times now & it usually doesn’t last long. But how long do you think it would keep in the fridge after making?

  2. i legitimately googled “can i make jam from multiple kinds of leftover fruit?” today! thank you!

  3. These posts have been so helpful for me. Love learning and being reminded! Thank you

  4. Just did this today with some of those cherry plums from Costco because I saw your story about toast and jam the other day. So simple and a perfect amount for a couple of seniors. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Seal it in a jar (if any left) and then use it over ice cream!! I love doing this with rhubarb to make rhubarb sauce.

  6. I have done this a few times now, I take a scoop with some plain Greek yogurt- so yummy. Thanks for the recipe.

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