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Select large ripe blackberries. Mash and strain through coarse
cheesecloth without heating them. To every quart of juice add 2
cups sugar. Tie in thick muslin bag 41/2 tsp. grated nutmeg, 1 Tbs.
whole cinnamon, 1 Tbs. whole clove, 1 small piece of mace. Boil
juice and spices slowly for 25 minutes. Remove spice bag and stir
in 4 Tbs vanilla extract. Pour into sterilized Kerr jars and seal
(1/2" headspace) I also BWB for 10 minutes.

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Isnt Blackberry cordial fermented?, August 17, 2005 - 03:46 PM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Woodstock, VA USA
Just wondering how this recipe works? I thought cordial was fermented and with sterilized sealed jars, it seems like that wouldnt be possible. Any thoughts from anyone?

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