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Can I keep the stems in my crabapple jelly?

freshnwild | Sep 1, 202011:49 AM     6

I've injured my dominant hand just as the crabapple tree ripened! All the recipes say to remove stems and blossom ends before making my annual jelly--has anyone *not* done this? I can't use a knife for another week or so, and four litres of crabapples is a lot of cutting! (Obviously, they'll be strained out of the final jelly.) Related: any idea how long they'll keep in the fridge (several are slightly bruised) while left whole?

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