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FenwickFarm
Williamsport, MD

August 24, 2009
11:53 AM

Post #6982202

Another wonderfully clear article on preserving! Maybe, if I had read this two months ago, when I attempted strawberry jam, I would not have had strawberry syrup! NOW, I see what I did. Thanks again.

wind

wind
Mount Laurel, NJ
(Zone 7a)

August 25, 2009
2:40 PM

Post #6986362

You're quite welcome, glad it could be of help. And strawberry syrup is good too ^_^ I'm sure it won't go to waste. Enjoy it over pancakes, waffles, frozen yogurt, low fat ice cream or a sliver of pound cake!

Happy & Healthy Gardening,
~Diana

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