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Old 02-02-2015, 01:46 PM   #11
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Have you tried a mango?
Looking on Google the jury seems to be out on the pectin content of mangos for jam making but this looks like a reasonable recipe.

CERTO® Mango Jam Recipe - Kraft Recipes

I wish mangos were cheap enough here to make jams or chutney.
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Old 02-02-2015, 01:54 PM   #12
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Mango jam sounds heavenly doesn't it? I'm thinking mango-lime jam would be wonderful. Or peach-mango-lime jam. Hmmm. Must look for mangos when they go on sale.
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Mango jam sounds heavenly doesn't it? I'm thinking mango-lime jam would be wonderful. Or peach-mango-lime jam. Hmmm. Must look for mangos when they go on sale.
We got locally made (by a couple of people on the island we lived on) guava, pineapple and papaya jams (never saw any mango jam, even though there were lots of mango trees on the island) when we lived in the Bahamas. They were usually available in the local grocery stores, but not exported, not even to the other islands. They also made pepper sauce with locally grown peppers.
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Mango jam sounds heavenly doesn't it? I'm thinking mango-lime jam would be wonderful. Or peach-mango-lime jam. Hmmm. Must look for mangos when they go on sale.
I've never really enjoyed any jam except for Strawberry. Must be my simple pallete!
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