I am making plum jam and it smells scorched because the bottom of the pan got too hot. No more stainless for me... anyway.
Is there anything I can do to remove the (mild) taste and smell?
Me, DS, and DD Grateful to the baby I lost for sticking around long enough to teach me what I needed to know so badly We love our forest valley home, our goats and chickens, and wild harvested food-medicine
I'm not a jam or jelly maker, but I have never had good luck getting the scorched taste out of anything once the bottom of the pan has been hit w/ a spoon.
Hope someone else has a more helpful suggestion!
Mom "D" to DD1 "Z" (14) and DD2 "I" (11) DH "M"