Welcome to Texas Jelly Making. I have created this blog to create dialog among those interested in jelly making in general, and specifically jelly making in Texas. I am attempting to make jellies, jams, preserves, and butters of every possible type of fruit available here in Texas. The jellies and jams I made last season were agarita jelly, Barbados cherry jelly, beautyberry jelly, blackberry jam and jelly, cactus jelly, citrus jelly, elderberry jelly, fig jam, jelly palm jelly, jujube butter, lime jelly, loquat jelly, mustang grape jelly, natal plum jelly, ornamental plum, papaya jam, peach jam, persimmon jam, pomegranate jelly, pyracantha jelly, satsuma orange jelly, sea grape jelly, sumac jelly, and tomato jelly. I will add recipes from last season as the season unfolds. If you have suggestions of jellies I haven’t made or sources of fruit that I haven’t utilized feel free to comment. As a matter of fact, feel free to comment on everything. I am very interested in what other people are harvesting and the general area in which they are finding fruit. Let us know with your comments. Be sure to check out the other posts.
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