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Quick Tip #87: Your new jam!
There is something incredibly homely and comforting about a thick spread of jam across warm toast, or dolloped atop steaming porridge.
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Unfortunately, however, commercial jams can actually be loaded with sugar and preservatives, far from the original source - fresh berries.
So next time you crave some jam, why not mash some fresh or frozen berries and mix with a drop of natural honey or maple syrup to sweeten?
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Not only will you get that luscious sweetness and flavour, but you will benefit from all the nutritional goodness of the fruit!
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Great idea and so easy to do. I will try this. Thanks for this tip.
Thanks Marie, glad you like this tip! Sometimes just a few little changes to our everyday diets can result in huge differences, and what isn't there to love about fresh berries?
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