Jam can be made at any time. You do not need to go out berrypicking or have berries in your garden. Pop along to your local fruit and veg shop, buy what you need and make what you want.
This book will change your perception of jam. What about cherry or mango jam? Or green apple, rhubarb or mint? A combination of pomegranate and apricot is also great! Knowing exactly what you are eating is also a plus. There are no suspicious additives here.
This book contains 62 recipes, and you can make new varieties with the basic recipes by combining different types of berries, fruit and vegetables. You will never look at strawberry jam the same way after trying it with chilli and pepper. And if you want to leave out the sugar, there are other options.
Jam is a popular gift – make an extra portion when you start!