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From: Mona Andrée Rainville <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] [OT] Ontario Bleu Grape Jelly
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2008 16:07:25 -0400
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Ah! thank you Françoise,
That's exactly what I was looking for. I made the mistake of stirring
down the juice when it started to froth. So now, instead of jelly, I
have a year's supply of Concord grape pancake syrup... :-D
FRANCOISE SEGUIN wrote:
> Mona, The only thing that you need to do is cover the grapes with
> cold water in a large pot.
> As you wash them squish the grape and drop into the pot skin and all
> Then add an extra 2 cups of water..
> Boil gently until all the fruit is mushy and very soft.
> Then strain it threw a jelly bag and let it drip overnight but don't
> touch or squeeze the bag or your jelly will not be clear.
> In the morning measure the juice and add an equal amount of white
> sugar to juice then boil gently until it is at the jelling point about
> 20 to 45 min..
> DO NOT STIR JUICE ONCE IT STARTS TO BOIL....
> Skim the white froth gently from the top of the juice as much as you can.
> Using a silver spoon scoop a little bit juice and let juice drip off
> the spoon
> keep testing till you get a jelly sheet from the spoon.
> Skim the top of the juice again but do not stir.
> Then pour gently into jelly jars and seal with wax. Enjoy!
> Good Luck, Bonne Chance!