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Tangelo-Satsuma Marmalade

Tangelo-Satsuma Marmalade

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: organic sugar, lemon, tangelos, satsuma mandarins
  • Favorited by: 1 person
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To kick off 2019 to a sweet start Hearth & Larder is running a sale! 20% off the entire stock of our award-winning preserves!!

Description

Although this citrus is a hybrid between a grapefruit and a tangerine, it's more like a tangerine in regards to flavor. That's likely because the grapefruit is a Pomelo which is very mild. This creates the perfect combination of tart and sweet which excites the taste buds any time of day. Enjoy on a piece of whole wheat toast or stir into plain yogurt, sprinkled with toasted almonds for a tasty treat.

Hearth & Larder is a one-woman show. Everything is made from scratch, one batch at a time made with seasonal, pesticide-free, fruit and organic sugar.

All of my citrus marmalades are made without the use of commercial pectin. I utilize the natural pectin found within the membranes and seeds. In other fruit jams that don't have enough natural pectin I use 100% pure citrus pectin powder which is non GMO, gluten free, vegan, and free of additives, preservatives, sugar, dextrose and contains no corn or apple by-products.

The citrus I use is primarily grown in the orchards of Bernard Ranches in Riverside, California. They utilize beneficial insects to control pests and fertilize with seaweed and mushroom compost producing superior flavor and sweetness.

Small batches are cooked in large copper pans which offers exceptional heat conductivity and reduces the overall cooking time. The result is vividly flavorful, fresh tasting marmalades and preserves. The process is labor intensive but that's why it tastes so good!

And it's always 100% handmade.
Although this citrus is a hybrid between a grapefruit and a tangerine, it's more like a tangerine in regards to flavor. That's likely because the grapefruit is a Pomelo which is very mild. This creates the perfect combination of tart and sweet which excites the taste buds any time of day. Enjoy on a piece of whole wheat toast or stir into plain yogurt, sprinkled with toasted almonds for a tasty treat.

Hearth & Larder is a one-woman show. Everything is made from scratch, one batch at a time made with seasonal, pesticide-free, fruit and organic sugar.

All of my citrus marmalades are made without the use of commercial pectin. I utilize the natural pectin found within the membranes and seeds. In other fruit jams that don't have enough natural pectin I use 100% pure citrus pectin powder which is non GMO, gluten free, vegan, and free of additives, preservatives, sugar, dextrose and contains no corn or apple by-products.

The citrus I use is primarily grown in the orchards of Bernard Ranches in Riverside, California. They utilize beneficial insects to control pests and fertilize with seaweed and mushroom compost producing superior flavor and sweetness.

Small batches are cooked in large copper pans which offers exceptional heat conductivity and reduces the overall cooking time. The result is vividly flavorful, fresh tasting marmalades and preserves. The process is labor intensive but that's why it tastes so good!

And it's always 100% handmade.

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