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Why can't I scale up jam/jelly recipes?
Pectin packages always explicitly state that jelly/jam recipes cannot be scaled up. My own empirical evidence is limited but I did have a doubled batch not set so I no longer double the batches. ...
Apr 3 '12 at 16:18
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