Yield: Yields 6 half-pint jars
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I thought this was a good, very easy to make jam. The flavor is a little more cherry forward, I quartered the recipe so maybe my strawberry measurement was off some. In hindsight I would have chopped my cherries a little smaller since they don’t cook down as much. It took 13 minutes of cooking to reach the correct consistency.
In regards to a previous comment, in the upper north midwest on Lake Superior, we are just now harvesting our strawberries in mid-July while getting in-season cherries from lower Michigan, so this combo works well for me to use up extra fruit before it goes bad.
I don't understand this idea at all. Strawberries and cherries aren't ready at the same time, so why are we trying to make a jam with them together? Jam is a delightful way to preserve fruits _in_season. Choose things that are in season together!
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