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fruit preserves - what's your jam?

Torzelbaum

????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
(he, him, his)
(Or jelly or marmalade or whatnot.)

So what type of fruit preserves do you use or eat regularly? And how do you use them?

I'm pretty basic - I usually just eat them on toast or in a PB&J. And I usually just have either grape jelly or strawberry jam. On rare occasions I will have blackberry jelly if a restaurant has that as an option.
 

JBear

Internet's foremost Bertolli cosplayer
(He/Him)
My SO's parents make some amazing jams and jellies. I am lousy with amazing pepper jellies, mango jams, etc.
 

Mightyblue

aggro table, shmaggro table
(He/Him/His)
I do quite like fruit preserves in their various forms, but I don't really care for large fruit bits in them either.
 

JBear

Internet's foremost Bertolli cosplayer
(He/Him)
My SO's mom has given her some strawberry rhubarb pineapple jam that I am very eager to try.
 
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