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How would you go about canning peach puree?

Pei | Aug 22, 200607:47 PM     10

All this talk about marmalade has me thinking:

How could I can my own white peach puree while they're in season?

My thought is to wait until they get good and cheap, and follow a basic recipe to make peach puree with just fruit and sugar in it.

From here, I'm lost. Could I just pour hot puree into a canning jar, boil as I would for jam, let them cool, and put them away for winter?

I would love to have peach puree to use throughout the year for bellinis, but Perfect Puree from Napa is too expensive to order from Amazon. My local wine store has a French product that's readily available, but $7 for a small pack of just okay puree.

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