How To Make Easy Freezer Peach Jam — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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I have this tiny problem: Every summer, without exception, I buy a case of peaches at the farmers market. I’ll can peaches to last the winter, and then bake a pie, I promise myself. And every summer, without fail, I run out of time for canning or processing jam. Freezing sliced peaches is one option, but this year I’m turning to freezer jam to get my peach preserve fix.

We’ll show you the basics of freezer jam and give you a master class on pectin so you too can buy too many peaches and have a freezer full of fresh jam long into the winter.

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