Slab Jellies Using Fruit Juice

Yield: Approximately 200 1-inch x 1-inch x ½-inch thick candies.

6 Responses

  1. Ilse Dujmovic
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    Why do I need to use the corn syrup since we are always told how bad corn syrup is for our health?

    • Teri
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      Hello, this is just a sample recipe. You can use other sweeteners.

  2. Nancy
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    I just cannot spend $90 on pectin for a home kitchen. Is there any way to buy it in (much) smaller quantities? If not can you recommend another pectin. I have already had multiple recipe failures.
    Thank you so much, Nancy

    • Teri
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      Hi Nancy
      Give us a call 877-886-5151 or email me @ support@pacificpectin.com and we can definitely help you with a smaller size as well as help you figure out what might be going on.

  3. Fran Rupley
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    what is 80 brix temperature in Fahrenheit

    • Teri
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      Hello Fran
      Although there is a correlation between Brix and temperature, we highly recommend using a refractometer to measure Brix. Using a refractometer guarantees that no other variable such as altitude etc.. is effecting the Brix-temperature relationship. It is possible to take note of the temperature at your desired Brix level using a refractometer and cook to that temperature in the future. If you are trying to cook using a thermometer this is the easiest way to ensure the accuracy of your cook temperature.

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