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When you return from picking, you are tempted to make homemade jams. Only problem, you are far from being equipped! Cooking basin, balance, cheesecloth, funnel ... before you start, start by making some essential purchases, listed here by the editor. What a joy to be able to make your own jams at home! With good fruit, it is possible to prepare all the recipes you want without the need for great cooking knowledge. Provided of course you have the right equipment! - To start, invest in a jam pan . Originally made of copper to efficiently distribute heat, there are today cheaper stainless steel models that are better suited to modern heat sources such as induction. - Then, obviously, buy screw jars or some jars to welcome your delicious preparations. To get them out of their boiling water bath after sterilization, you will also need a jar catch pliers . So you are sure not to get burned! - Another essential accessory so as not to make a mistake in the measurements: the balance . We advise you to opt for an electronic model, more precise than traditional scales. - To avoid glitches, also remember to bring home a fruit press stamen . Ideal for jams from currants, blackcurrants, raspberries, grapes, blackberries… - Once your jam is ready, you will also be delighted to use a jam funnel which attaches to the pot and prevents you from putting it aside when transferring. - Finally, for the most precise, the thermometer can also be an ally when cooking!
1. The set of 12 Twist top jam jars, € 22.90 at Delamaison / 2. The Mastrad cooking probe thermometer, € 37.95 at Ma Spatule / 3. The jam funnel, € 6.70 at Tompress / 4. The jam pan, € 22.70 at Mathon / 5. The Terraillon Macaron Liquorice scale, € 24.99 at Darty / 6. The cheesecloth press fruit and coulis, € 13.99 at Ma Spatule / 7. Kitchen Craft jar grabber, € 7.99 at Kookit