Raspberry Jam

Although this session took place on Monday, I am just now getting around to posting about it. It has been a busy week. And tomorrow brings the making of crock pickles. It is July, isn’t it.

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I froze some of the nicest raspberries. The below picture shows the tupperware containers that they now fill.

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I know these pictures are not the best. It was a bit of a rushed canning session for me. I think it was 5pm by the time I had my first batch of jam cooking on the stove.

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Post-canning cat.

In total I got 19 jam jars full of raspberry jam and two tupperware containers full of frozen berries.

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About Erin O'Neill

Hi, my name is Erin O'Neill. I am a part time urban homesteader and a full time homemaker and new mom. I enjoy canning my own food, crafting, raising chickens and working my bit of land. This blog is for anyone who wants to hear about the day to day struggles and successes of incorporating the old ways of life back into today's busy world.
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