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Homemade Autumnberry-Apple Cider Jam Recipe

Homemade Autumnberry-Apple Cider Jam Recipe

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I recently shared a recipe for Autumnberry Jam that discusses the huge health benefits of this berry.  It turns out that this modest, wild berry contains 17 times more lycopene than tomatoes. Lycopene has powerful antioxidant properties. It’s a phytonutrient and is thought to prevent or fight cancer of the mouth, throat, skin & prostate and reduces cardiovascular disease. The berries also contain high levels of vitamins A, C, E and flavonoids and essential fatty acids. 

On top of the health benefits, the berries taste good when made into jam, jellies or preserves.  You can buy Autunberry Preserves.


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OR you can make your own AutumnBerry Jam. I found this new recipe for autumnberries on the Common Sense Homesteading website. The autumnberry is also known as the autumn olive. It is a common, edible wild fruit with a sweet and sharp flavor. Because of the sweetness of the berry, this jam recipe uses a low/no-sugar pectin.

You’ll find very clear directions on how to make an autumnberry puree and the autumnberry – apple cider jam.

To see the complete recipe, visit the Homemade Autumnberry-Apple Cider Jam link below.


Homemade Autumnberry-Apple Cider Jam Recipe


 

 

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