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Kosher

Lieber's Pomegranate Jelly?

MikeG | Feb 13, 201810:54 PM    

Has anyone tried it? At least around here (Brooklyn), it seems to only be available around Passover, and last year I dithered until it was gone... But it's very well priced compared to most other brands and if it's at least reasonably flavorful, I figured I'd buy a few jars while it's available, mainly as an "ingredient" - as a filling or glaze for baked goods mostly.

The obvious thing to do of course open the jar I've already bought and try it myself, but I really don't eat jelly/jam much on things like toast, and I already have several open jars in the fridge as it is. Especially since these are large jars, I'd rather not add another one to the fridge until I want use a fair amount of it at one time.

(I've cross-posted this to the kosher and packaged-goods boards mostly because there's been so little activity on the kosher board for a while now. But feel free to post comments to either thread.)

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