Want To Know About Jam

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Both Jam and Jelly are forms of fruit products widely eaten as a food accompaniment. They differ in the ingredients, fruit's physical form and also the way they're made. Jelly refers to a type of clear fruit spread consisting of firmed fruit (or vegetable) juice made with pectin. Jam refers to a product made with whole fruit, cut into pieces or crushed. While jams contain fruit pulp, jellies have the juice form of fruit.

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Want To Know About Jam:

Want To Know About Jam

Terminology Used in Jam Technology:

Terminology Used in Jam Technology Brix: is a measurement of the dissolved sugar to water mass ratio of a liquid. Soluble Solids (finished product): The soluble solids value of the finished product shall not be less than 65% Pasteurization: is the process of heating liquids for the purpose of destroying bacteria, yeasts and molds.

What is Jam?:

What is Jam? Jam is referred to a product made with whole fruit, cut into pieces or crushed. The fruit is heated with water and sugar to activate the pectin in the fruit. The mixture is the put into containers.

Variants Of Jam:

Variants Of Jam Preserves: It is a cooked and gelled whole fruit , which includes significant portion of fruit. Marmalade: It is a sweet preserve with a bitter tang made from fruit, sugar, water and gelling agent. Jelly: It is a type of clear fruit spread consisting of firm fruit juice made with pectin.

Is there any advantage or disadvantage to using the added pectin?:

Is there any advantage or disadvantage to using the added pectin? Without added pectin: Less added sugar, but concentrated natural sugar. Long boiling time with fruit and sugar. Loss of flavor from long boiling. With added pectin: Greater yield from measure of fruit. Fresher fruit flavor, but some flavor may be masked. Better color. Less chance of failure.

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