Spices Etc. Fig Preserve uses fresh figs, preserved in a chutney-like jam that is wonderful when spread on pumpernickel toast or your favorite cheese spread. A winner for preserve lovers!!
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By: Frank - Washington, IL Feb 18, 2014
We live the Fig Jam. We eat it at breakfast on English Muffins, etc. My wife put the jam into holiday cookies and everyone loved them. We will always try to keep this one in our pantry stock.
By: Frank - Washington, IL Apr 9, 2014
My wife and I love the Fig Jam. We love to put it on everything. This past holiday season my wife put the jam in her cookies. It was a big hit. We always keep it in our pantry.
By: Frank Delia - Washington, IL Jul 3, 2014
We love this jam. We put it on toast, English muffins, biscuits, etc. We always have an extra one in our pantry.
not very good
By: Lynn - Quakertown, PA Apr 12, 2015
I put it into a jam cake this morning. There just isn't a lot of fig flavor. I tasted some before I added it to the batter. It was nothing I would identify as fig, and I didn't think much of the glutinous texture. Although figs are the first ingredient, sugar and high fructose corn syrup are next (followed by pectin, citric acid, and lemon juice concentrate). I have no idea what the proportions are of each of those, but the sheer sweetness overpowers the fruit.
I have another brand here whose ingredients (in order) are: figs, sugar, lemon juice, orange juice, and zest. l like it a lot better.