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A little history of jam

The origins of jam date back to several centuries BC. The ancient Greeks and Romans already used methods to preserve fruits by mixing them with honey and drying them in the sun. In the Middle Ages, jam was considered a luxury product and was used as a means of preserving seasonal fruits for the winter.

Jam as we know it today was born in the 17th century in France. Jams were then considered a form of culinary art and were often made with rare and expensive fruits. Over time, jam became more accessible and was produced in large quantities for daily consumption.

In the 19th century, the production of jams experienced a strong increase thanks to the improvement of production techniques and the increase in demand. It was at this time that the method of sterilization was invented, allowing longer preservation of jams.

Many variations for all food lovers

Today there is a very wide variety of jams, ranging from the traditional red fruit preparation to the more exotic ginger jam. Jam can be eaten in many ways: it's great in the morning on toast, pancakes or scones, as a filling for cakes and pies, or even as an ingredient in meat sauces and marinades. For even more ideas, check out the cooking section of our blog, you will find recipes verified and approved by foodies!

If you like jam and are crazy about oranges, try the marmalade! You will inevitably find your happiness among the many possible combinations between citrus fruits and other more unexpected ingredients such as whiskey, spices or champagne...

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