1. Bottling plums in water
I have opened a bottle of plums which I bottled in water by packing a Kilner Jar with plums then pouring boiling water over before bringing the bottle back to the boil, keeping it at boiling point for 3 mins then screwing the top on.  I kept tightening the top until the jar was cold and then put it in a cool dark place.  This was 2 years ago and when I opened it yesterday and cooked the plums in a pie they tasted lovely. These plums were grown in my friends garden opposite my house in Leicestershire in the UK. 

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    Bottling plums in water

    I have opened a bottle of plums which I bottled in water by packing a Kilner Jar with plums then pouring boiling water over before bringing the bottle back to the boil, keeping it at boiling point for 3 mins then screwing the top on.  I kept tightening the top until the jar was cold and then put it in a cool dark place.  This was 2 years ago and when I opened it yesterday and cooked the plums in a pie they tasted lovely. These plums were grown in my friends garden opposite my house in Leicestershire in the UK. 

    Eve 

     
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