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by Linda Ziedrich

Category: Cooking by Ingredient
Subcategory: Food and Cooking
Author: Linda Ziedrich
ISBN: 1558324054
ISBN13: 978-1558324053
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard Common Press (May 16, 2009)
Pages: 384
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The format of the book is good with chapters being devoted to various fruits (and other ingredients, such as flowers), with several recipes for each fruit in each chapter, each one covering a different type of preserve. For instance, in the Apple chapter, there are recipes for Apple Butter, Low Sugar Apple Butter, Cider Syrup and Jelly, Apple Ginger Preserves, Caramel Apple Jam and Apple Mint Jelly, among others - very comprehensive! On the negative side, there are a few chapters a bit more obscure - coconut, for instance.

A jar of jam, writes Linda Ziedrich, is a memory brought back to life – a memory of summer’s bounty .

A jar of jam, writes Linda Ziedrich, is a memory brought back to life – a memory of summer’s bounty and abundance. With the recipes and techniques in this comprehensive, clear-cut handbook, you can enjoy the sweet taste of the season’s fruit all year round. Picture your pantry shelves lined with sparkling, colorful jars of jams, jellies, and other sweet preserves, and imagine the fun and satisfaction of creating these delicious, economical treats.

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The author, Linda Ziedrich, of Oregon, has years of experience, through her own farming, with preserving fruits, and writing about the processes involved and popularizing them. There are several distinctives of this book that need to be noted, especially for the beginning preserver

They're also inexpensive and, in this book, are made without commercial pectin or other artificial ingredients. For novices, a thorough guide to equipment, techniques, and safety is followed by essential recipes such as Raspberry Jam, Apple Butter, and Concord Grape Jelly.

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Varying Form of Title: Jams, jellies, and other sweet preserves. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 357-358) and index. Rubrics: Canning and preserving Jam Jelly. Download now The joy of jams, jellies, and other sweet preserves : 200 classic and contemporary recipes showcasing the fabulous flavors of fresh fruits Linda Ziedrich. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

A jar of jam, writes Linda Ziedrich, is a memory brought back to life - a memory of summer's bounty and .

A jar of jam, writes Linda Ziedrich, is a memory brought back to life - a memory of summer's bounty and abundance. With the recipes and techniques in this comprehensive, clear-cut handbook, you can enjoy the sweet taste of the season's fruit all year round. Author: Linda Ziedrich.

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Homemade preserves are the perfect way to enjoy a favorite fruit all year long. They're also inexpensive and, in this book, are made without commercial pectin or other artificial ingredients. For novices, a thorough guide to equipment, techniques, and safety is followed by essential recipes such as Raspberry Jam, Apple Butter, and Concord Grape Jelly. More experienced preservers will be delighted at innovative offerings including Blackberry Vinegar, Red Grapefruit Marmalade, and Brandied Peaches with Vanilla.
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Ynye
I like the way it's organized alphabetically by fruit and contains quite a few interesting combinations (rose petals, rhubarb ginger) that aren't found in the "run-of-the-mill" preserving books. It starts with a comprehensive description of the differences and types of jams, etc. along with a bit of history. The fact that none of the recipes use added pectin was the final selling factor for me...all recipes are simple and natural.
This book is written by the same author as my absolute favorite "Joy of Pickling," which I would give 10 stars if I could.
Pedar
This book is amazing and I can't say enough about it. The way Linda describes the canning process, and the information given about the differences between Jams, Jellies, Preserves, etc...is very easy to understand. At points, I almost felt like I was reading a novel because it's written in a way that draws you into the process as she describes it! It makes you feel as though she is in your kitchen working along side you. She also goes on to describe different fruits, and the possibility of canning them without using added pectin, which surprised me. This is obviously a very knowledgeable author and compared to other similar books I sampled, this is by far the best you could ask for. I really love this book so much, I can't wait to start making jam!
Bradeya
This is quickly becoming one of my favorite references for making jams and jellies. The Canteloupe Jam with vanilla, Carrot Marmalade, Coconut-Caramel jam, Mango-Lime jam and Cabello (spaghetti squash) de Angel were new to me and all turned out well. The book is organized by primary ingredient and, while it deals mostly with fruit, it does include some recipes for vegetables and nuts.

I highly recommend it.
Flower
I wish it had photos, it's totally black and white. I'm a visual person and I like to see photos in my cookbooks.
Though it has so many recipes but the photos are missing and that's disappointing.
Nuadabandis
TJJ is a nice, sensible, no nonsense book. The recipes are clear and concise, and, although not particularly imaginative, there are enough recipes included to satisfy most tastes.

The format of the book is good with chapters being devoted to various fruits (and other ingredients, such as flowers), with several recipes for each fruit in each chapter, each one covering a different type of preserve. For instance, in the Apple chapter, there are recipes for Apple Butter, Low Sugar Apple Butter, Cider Syrup and Jelly, Apple Ginger Preserves, Caramel Apple Jam and Apple Mint Jelly, among others - very comprehensive! On the negative side, there are a few chapters a bit more obscure - coconut, for instance. Why the author included a chapter on a "fruit" such as coconut and only included one recipe is beyond me! However, that's a minor gripe.

Other reviewers have indicated that the recipes are not particularly suited for the novice canner - I disagree! I don't think there's anything difficult about any of the recipes and beginners should not be put off from trying anything that takes their fancy. The recipes are all set out in a step by step manner, with anything tricky noted in the introduction at the beginning of the recipe.

What perhaps the book is missing (and this is perhaps what other reviewers have alluded to) is a step by step methodology for the canning process. There is a chapter titled "Preservers Primer" which details different kinds of preserves and their history, Pectin (including a recipe or two on how to make your own) and a bit about tools used in canning but the book is perhaps lacking in the step by step approach a lot of other books offer.

But beginners, don't be put off - this is a very, very good book on the subject, not pretty (no pictures) but practical and clearly written. I get the impression that anything made from this book will be a success. This book is a welcome addition to my canning Library.
Inth
What I wrote for "Toast and Jam" applies to this book. It seems to offer some really nice jam and jelly recipes, and as soon as the fruits start coming in with good quality and nice prices I'll know if my thoughts about this book are correct.
Umor
This book is one of the best jam books I've purchased on Amazon. The author has organized recipes alphabetically by fruit, so if you have an abundance of pears or lemons you'll be able to locate recipes with ease. You'll also have several recipes for every fruit type, something to suit everyone's taste. These recipes are written about fruits available in the Pacific Northwest, some of which aren't available in the Southeast where I'm from, but I found enough similarity to still find the recipes useful.

These recipes do not use pectin, but utilize the slow cook method to activate fruit's natural pectin. I personally use pectin in all my jams and jellies, but still find this book helpful as recipe inspiration.
The writer has a very easy to read and casual tone in describing different fruits and how they work with other fruits as well as explaining the process of canning. I like that she included a troubleshooting section and little tips here and there. The whole book gives you a feeling like you are learning all of these from a dear close relative like an aunt or grandma.

I love it and and will buy more as gifts.
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