Laura Karsst

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    Laura Karsst reacted to Aliem999 in Can I have St. Dalfour jelly?   
    So I found in one of the forums a moderator saying no jam, regardless of ingredients. Guessing it probably falls under the pancake rule or the sweetener rule.
     
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    Laura Karsst reacted to Aliem999 in Can I have St. Dalfour jelly?   
    I do think the moderator clarified and said using it to glaze meat is fine, but using it to make some sort of sweet, borderline dessert thing is not
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    Laura Karsst reacted to SugarcubeOD in Can I have St. Dalfour jelly?   
    Yep, I'm the one that said that  and it still holds true.  If you're using it to make a glaze for some meat or something else savory where the jam isn't the star, then yes, go for it. If you're using it as topping over banana 'ice cream' then no, definitely not. (also, no to the 'ice cream  )
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    Laura Karsst reacted to SchrodingersCat in Can I have St. Dalfour jelly?   
    Yup, that's my understanding - much like dates and fruit juice, it's all good as an ingredient in a savoury dish, but using it to recreate a sweet meal or dessert like thing, or to scratch a sugar craving itch is a no.