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Cherries are in season in the beginning of summer from about the first week of June. This is the best time to eat them, when they are fresh. Cherries are often included in several recipes as a main ingredient such as desserts and drinks.
- Providing little nutrient content per 100 g serving
- Containing fiber & vitamin C
- Containing Natural Melatonin
- Helping to maintain Healthy/Normal Sleep Cycles
- Supporting Healthy Joint Function
- Supporting Healthy Cardiovascular Function
- Having natural Gluten Free
How to Produce
1. Wash and pit all the cherries and cut three quarters of them in half, leaving the other quarter whole.
2. Put in a preserving pan (or large deep pan) along with the lemon juice and set over a low heat.
3. lightly crush the cherries and simmer gently until cooked
4. Add the sugar and heat through on very low until all the sugar has dissolved
5. Bring to a rolling boil.
6. Remove from the heat and drizzle a few drops of jam onto a chilled saucer.
7. If not quite ready boil for another couple of minutes at a time and re-test.
8. Once ready ladle into hot jars and place lids on immediately.