We are so blessed to live in the Similkameen Valley of British Columbia, Canada. They call the Keremeos/Cawston area the 'Organic Capital of Canada' and I just love that we can get to these organic orchards within a 45-minute drive from our back door. When I started making products under the JamBusters brand I knew I had to keep my local roots intact. I had to use Similkameen Valley grown produce whenever possible. I have been able to do that which not only promotes the wonderful fruit and vegetables available in our area, it also keeps JamBusters true to the belief that we need to find ways to promote the 100-mile diet. One of my recent products has been my very own Valley Apple Pie Jam. It tastes like apple pies Grandma used to make and is just as good on toast as it is eaten with a spoon right out of the jar! I couldn't call it "Valley" Apple Pie Jam if I wasn't using Keremeos-grown apples in the recipe. You'll find all ingredients listed on the top of each JamBusters jar and if the produce is from the Similkameen we identify where in the valley it came from. We are proud of our farmers in the Similkameen Valley and support them as much as we can!
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My name is Brenda and I like to create things that can be sealed in a jar. I try to find unique and unusual recipes that can be for jams, jellies, relishes, pickles, hot sauces and any other type of preserve. I also like to put dried items in jars such as soups, drink and cake mixes. I hope that you find my website and the blog I've added to it interesting. Thank you for visiting with me!