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A spot of Jam on toast is a daily staple for many. But French Jam has an extra fancy flavour. Confiture is a French name often used simultaneously with jam, but there are strict rules for how confiture is made that explains why it is so vital and irresistible. It’s made from all kinds of fruits, such as apricot, chestnut, melon, blackberry, blueberry, elderberry, plum, strawberry just to name a few. But to meet French law, confiture must be at least 55% sugar after cooking with at least 35 grams of fruits per 100 grams of product. If these jams have 65% of fruit the quality is reduced because too much water evaporates out of the fruit.

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