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N's been cleaning out the freezer, so she made blackberry jam from last year's picked and frozen fruit.  Yield was 2 medium jars and one small jar.

Meanwhile, I was gifted a jar of apricot preserves (with cinnamon and cardamom) from our main IT guy, who made it with fruit from his backyard.

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I had to clean out the freezer before my recent move and there was a bag of frozen blackberries, not a wise purchase. I are blackberry pancakes for breakfast and lunch for two or three days. Can’t throw food away until mould is visibly growing on it.

They would not have made great jam.

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18 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

I had to clean out the freezer before my recent move and there was a bag of frozen blackberries, not a wise purchase. I are blackberry pancakes for breakfast and lunch for two or three days. Can’t throw food away until mould is visibly growing on it.

They would not have made great jam.

Blackberries, fresh or frozen, -> PIE!     I don't eat dessert as a course, but berry pie = breakfast or snack or just a sneaked bite off a spoon.  

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51 minutes ago, voyager said:

Blackberries, fresh or frozen, -> PIE!     I don't eat dessert as a course, but berry pie = breakfast or snack or just a sneaked bite off a spoon.  

If I had known she was going to make jam, I would have suggested a cobbler instead.  We have a lot of various jams already.

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