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Homemade Grape Jelly From Dad's Grapes Recipe

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This recipe for Homemade Grape Jelly From Dad's Grapes, by , is from The Lelwica Family Cookbook , one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Marge Lelwica



1. Pick and wash grapes
2. Put all grapes into a large pot.
3. Use a potato masher or other utensil to mash grapes.
4. Turn heat to medium
5. Bring grapes to a full rolling boil
6. Turn off the heat and strain
7. Measure the amount of juice
8. Now add the same amount of sugar as the grape juice
9. Combine the two ingredients and bring to a boil again.
10. Boil the jelly for about 20 minutes
11. The jelly is done.
12. Pour it into a suitable clean container---I use small jars.
13. It sets up after it cools.
14. I refrigerate it and it lasts for weeks.
15. Or you can process it in a canner.




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