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Homemade Strawberry Jam For The Second Time


Not on music but strawberries... LOL... This is my second time making strawberry jam.  I finished the first bottle of jam few days ago... Yay!  And now I am making the jam again, since I have a packet of strawberries left in the fridge.  I have finished two packets, blending them with orange and lemon at times.  And... I have a purpose of making the jam this time... LOL... I notice my friend made some homemade kaya and I asked her, "Hey, let's barter our goods?"  She gave me some of her kaya and I gave her some of my strawberry jam.  Good deal, right?  LOL....
My last batch of strawberries....
Add diced up for easy cooking....
Added in brown sugar and honey this time..... 
Let it boil... and keep stirring for around 20 minutes or so....
Thickened and ready to go.... 
Two small jars portion... 
Let it cool down... 
Now I have 3 choices...
 Strawberry jam, Kaya and Peanut butter for my bread and biscuits!


  1. Normal time, I would surely ask you to send me a bottle!!! LOL!!!

  2. After reading this post, I am longing for toast with butter and (homemade) strawberry jam!

  3. Wah! so tasty your strawberry jam! I want! but I won't be making any because I have store-bought strawberry jam in my fridge!

  4. wah fresh strawberry jam! and freshly baked bread.....oh syioknyer!

  5. I am so tempted to buy strawberries to make jam like yours. I need to find cheaper strawberries as the ones sold here are so costly to make jams.

  6. Next trip to Cameron Highlands, I am going to buy strawberries to make jam. Thanks for the delicious jam.


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