So, I have noticed something about my blogging style over the last 7 months: I am not too talkative.
I like writing, and I am decent at it, but when I post recipes I just don’t want to say too much. When I look at recipes online, I usually skip straight to the recipe itself and skim the rest anyway. There is only so much that can be said about Strawberry Jam and I don’t think people want to read about what I did all morning (computer work & failed DIY projects). Nothing wrong with that if that is your style of blogging, but as a visual person, less talk works for me.
Question: If you are a blogger, what style of writing do you have? What style of blogging is your favorite?
I have noticed around the web some really awesome recipes for home-made jam that require no canning. This is great for me because I have very little canning experience and I like fresh food better anyway. I decided to come up with my own version of Strawberry Jam that is raw, sugar-free, and practically fool-proof. This tastes best with really flavorful strawberries, but if your strawberries are mediocre, you can add a little lime juice and Stevia to the jam to give it a flavor boost. I am looking forward to trying this with other fruits… : )
Easiest Strawberry Jam
Makes 1 cup jam
Raw, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Paleo; Free of: cane sugar, eggs, corn, nuts, dairy, soy
1 pound fresh strawberries
2 Tablespoons ground chia seed
Optional: lime juice & 10-20 drops liquid Stevia
- Wash strawberries and remove green stems. Cut in half and place in a small food processor. Process until smooth.
- Stir into the strawberry puree the ground chia seed. Depending on how sweet the strawberries are, you can add some liquid Stevia if you want the jam a bit sweeter.
- Allow the jam to thicken in the fridge. Store covered in the fridge. Enjoy!