Why is my jam too runny?

Chef's answer
Why is my jam too runny? This is a very common mishap, and can occur for a couple of reasons. It may because there is not enough pectin and acid in the mixture. Or it may be because the temperature of 104C was not reached when cooking.
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One is to cut the mushrooms *much* thinner. This allows for less moisture release and also allows the mushroom edges to crisp up a bit too. The other solution is to boil the fresh, sliced (1/8" to 1/4") mushrooms.Apr 29, 2007
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Cornstarch offers the proper properties to thicken the pie enough and give it a firm texture so it doesn't fall apart as you cut into it. Cornstarch also works the best with the thick and heavy pumpkin puree that is commonly used in most pumpkin pies.Aug 27, 2020
First try to remove as much broth as you can with a ladle and let cook to make your soup reduce. Some cooks like to thicken their soup with flour or cornstarch to get a smooth result. If it is still too liquid, add pasta, rice, tapioca or potato to absorb the excess of liquid.
Just stick your drippy mashed potatoes in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 1-2 minutes at a time until your potatoes have reached the desired consistency. Be sure to stir them each time! 5. If all else fails or you're really short on time, you can try adding a variety of thickening agents to save your taters.Nov 12, 2017
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