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I have many Mulberry trees that are almost ready to pick. I would like to make jam with them this year. Do I need to take out all the little stems when making cooked jam or will they cook up soft in the processing? Thanks for any advice or recipes for Mulberries that come this way!
Hardiness Zone: 4a
Karaof4 from MN
If you like the pulp, a colander works well it will remove the stems after cooking.
I need a recipe for mulberry jelly using Sure Jell. Thanks so much!
Inside the Sure Jell box are some recipes for making different kinds of jelly. Everytime I make mango, papaya, or passion fruit jelly all I do is follow the recipe for strawberry jelly. Basically, all jelly recipes are the same.