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Fixing Runny Strawberry Freezer Jam?

My strawberry freezer jam jelled on the bottom, but my fruit came to the top and is not very thick, how can I fix this?

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August 7, 20170 found this helpful

Freezer jam is not cooked. Therefore, it is possible to remake your jam. I would suggest making a trial batch first. You can either use liquid pectin or powdered pectin to fix your problem. On the Missouri Families Food and Safety website, there are excellent directions to follow. Please use the link below and follow these simple steps:
missourifamilies.org/.../qafs486.htm

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