Recipe Directions

1. Put blueberries and agave nectar in blender and blend well.

2. Pour onto a Teflex sheet and dehydrate at 105 F, stirring once in a while, for a couple of hours, or until it is the consistency you want.

 

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By angie207

I saw the recipe for Pop Tarts that called for raw jam.

I had never thought of making raw jam before, so I started playing.

Use it on your favorite raw bread, in the Pop Tarts recipe, or any way you want!

Yummy!

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Looks lovely, I'm picking up blueberries today!

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yummmmm! I love blueberries!

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Blueberries make a great gel for this. I would never have thought to dehydrate the jam. Thanks for the recipe!

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Looks lovely, I'm picking up blueberries today!

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Looks lovely, I'm picking up blueberries today!

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Oh this looks so YUMMY! I just had some raw jelly similar to this, sweetened with grape juice!

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I just tried to make a mixed berry pie filling for my Mom's birthday last week, but I left it in the dehydrator too long (I totally forgot I was making it!) and it turned out more like jam. She loved it and took it to a family party on Sunday. Even though they knew it was healthy, everyone liked it. :)

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WoAAHHhhhh!!!

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Blueberries make a great gel for this. I would never have thought to dehydrate the jam. Thanks for the recipe!

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yummmmm! I love blueberries!

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