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  1. Guava Jelly is an eclectic mix of cultural backgrounds reflecting the music they play. Bridgette Michaels, lead acoustic guitar and vocals, has deep roots in the Islands; Dawn hails from NJ and Gary loves science. The band continually looks forward to tropical weather. Come sit in the sun with us, mon!
  2. Put the guavas into the jam pan with the water and the sliced lemon. Cover the pan and simmer for 30 minutes or until pulpy – you can use a potato masher to squash the fruit. 2. Strain the pulp through a jelly bag or old cotton pillowcase suspended over a bowl to catch the juice.
  3. Guava jam is great on toast, as a glaze on meats or as a gift This guava jam is an exotic spread and a great way to use this tropical fruit. Guava originates from Mexico, Central America and northern South America and are naturally high in pectin, which means you do not need to add any artificial pectin to this jam.
  4. CERTO® Guava Jelly. CERTO® Guava Jelly. 1 Review(s) 1 Hr(s) 15 Min(s) 45 Min(s) Prep. 30 Min(s) Cook. Fresh guava juice, sugar, lemon juice and fruit pectin are cooked briefly then processed in a canner to produce gleaming jars of homemade jelly 5/5(1).
  5. Guava Jelly is a complex cross of Wedding Cheesecake, Durban Poison, OG Kush, and Strawberry Kush. This strain will offer a medley of tropical smells and flavors, making it a delight to smoke. Most 5/5(1).
  6. Apr 23,  · Place the guavas in a large pot and squash roughly with a potato masher to release the juices. Just cover the guavas with water and bring to a simmer for 15 minutes. 2. Place a colander lined with muslin over a large bowl.
  7. Overview Information Guava is a tree that grows in Central and South America. The fruit is commonly eaten fresh or made into beverages, jams, and other foods.

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