Wild Jams and Jellies: Delicious Recipes Using 75 Wild Edibles

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Cambridge University Press, 2005 - 322 páginas
Contains countless recipes for jams, jellies, pickles, preserves, sauces, and butters, including:
  • Blueberry Jam
  • Strawberry Jelly
  • Cocoplum-Amaretto Sauce
  • Sapphireberry Preserves
  • Prickly Pear Jam
  • Spicy Black Gum Jelly
  • and many more!

    Jam lovers looking for an alternative to preservatives, synthetic sweeteners, and artificial flavors have long turned to wild edibles as a source for their own spreads and condiments. Wild Jams and Jellies is an excellent primer on the art and science of creating these delectables, covering all the equipment you'll need as well as essential techniques for selecting plants, adding sugar and pectin, cooking on a stove or microwave, choosing containers, and creating a firm seal. It also includes hundreds of time-tested recipes, from familiar favorites such as cranberry sauce and grape jelly to more exotic selections like passion flower rum sauce and manzanita chow chow. Each one is a delicious treat, more flavorful, nutritious, and satisfying than anything you'll find in a supermarket.

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    HOW TO PREPARE JAMS JELLIES AND OTHER PRESERVES
    5
    THE RECIPES
    12
    Crab Apple Malus spp
    84
    Crowberry Empetrum migrum
    97
    Fennel Foeniculum vulgare
    111
    Grape Vitis spp
    124
    Hazelnut Corylus americana
    140
    Irish Moss Chondrus crispus
    155
    Nutgrass Cyperus spp
    181
    Papaw Asimina spp
    197
    Pinyon Pine Pinus spp
    211
    Raspberry Rubus spp
    227
    Salal Gaultheria shallon
    242
    Serviceberry Amelanchier spp
    258
    Strawberry Wild Fragaria spp
    273
    VINEGARS AND OILS
    305

    Mustard Brassica spp
    169

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    Acerca del autor (2005)

    Joe Freitus is a teacher, outdoorsman, and wild food enthusiast who has served as a consultant to the University of Massachusetts, the United States Air Force, and numerous other organizations. He lives in Williamsburg, Virginia. Salli Haberman is an illustrator living in Nashua, New Hampshire.

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