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I'm glad Mistral found an answer for you. Low pectin fruits really just need some

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Posted to Thread #29645 at 12:28 pm on May 27, 2017

help--and pectin is a VERY natural product--just apples.
If you want a "spread", maybe for your cherries, just chop them coarsely, add sugar to macerate, and cook until thick--not necessarily jelled. Just use so much fruit that your are spreading it on your toast.

As I think I mentioned, if you buy the powdered pectin in a jar, you can add what you want for a "set" and not have it be a real hard jelly. You can also boil your cherries to make juice and make a clear jelly since you have such a bounty!!

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