How to Make Fig Preserves?

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I have never tasted a fig preserves cause in my house they are all eaten fresh they do not make it to become a jelly! Fig is a high in potassium and high in fibre too.You can find more information here:
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Fig Preserves
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Total Time: 0 minutes   Yield: 1 quart
Level: Easy   Cuisine:
Directions: In a medium saucepan, mix figs and sugar together and cook on low heat, uncovered, about 30 minutes.If processing, pour hot preserves mixture into a hot, sterile 1-quart or 2 (1-pint) glass canning jars, filling jar to within 1/8-inch from top; wipe rim More »
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1. Wash the figs thoroughly under running water. 2. Slice the figs in half or in quarters, whichever you desire. 3. Pour 5 cups of sugar into a large plastic freezer container and
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three years.
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Helen, Fig preserves, what fun! Here is a link to a recipe I recommend: http://bayouwoman.wordpress.com/2010/07/…. And here are some links to articles about how good figs are
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