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Apple butter question

Posted by mrslee2002 4 (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 23, 13 at 12:52

Ok, so I made a batch of crock pot apple butter about a week ago. It has sat in my fridge in the crock since. Could I heat it up and still process it?
Thanks!


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RE: Apple butter question

I would think so. Not likely to spoil (bacteria, mold) if kept refrigerated and covered for a week, especially if it has sugar added. Use a thermometer to ensure that it is heated through thoroughly and making Vesuvius splurts before you put it in jars for the BWB.
Nancy


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RE: Apple butter question

Ok. Thanks! My dad really wanted some of my apple butter for Christmas but I've been short on time! :)


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RE: Apple butter question

Ok. Thanks! My dad really wanted some of my apple butter for Christmas but I've been short on time! :)


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RE: Apple butter question

I would make sure to heat it thoroughly to the boiling point, just to make sure that any problems would have the chance of being killed.


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