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Strawberry Honey Jam: Sweet & Healthy Delight

In the world of homemade preserves, integrating the rich, natural sweetness of honey into the traditional strawberry jam recipe heralds a delightful twist on a classic favorite. This artisanal approach not only taps into the heart of wholesome, handcrafted cooking but also elevates the beloved strawberry jam to new heights of flavor and healthfulness. Making strawberry jam with honey as a natural sweetener not only infuses the jam with a unique depth of flavor but also offers a healthier alternative to refined sugars, marrying the garden-fresh zest of seasonal produce with the golden sweetness of nature’s nectar.

Our journey from berries to jar is detailed through a comprehensive guide that outlines the benefits of using honey as a sweetener, tips for selecting the perfect strawberries, and a curated list of essential ingredients and canning equipment. Following a step-by-step instruction blueprint, including troubleshooting common issues, will lead to mastering the art of making strawberry honey jam. From the initial preparation of the strawberry puree to the final steps of water bath canning, this guide serves as an all-encompassing resource for preserving enthusiasts and culinary adventurers alike. Whether you're a novice looking to develop your preserving skills or an experienced jam maker eager to try a new recipe, this exploration of strawberry jam making is bound to enhance your homemade jam repertoire with rich, nutritious flavors.


Benefits of Using Honey as a Sweetener in Strawberry Jam

In the delightful world of homemade jams, the choice of sweetener plays a pivotal role not only in taste but also in the health benefits and overall quality of the jam. Opting for honey, specifically Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, as a sweetener in strawberry jam introduces a myriad of benefits that elevate this classic preserve to an artisanal level. Here, we delve into the advantages of using honey over traditional sugar, emphasizing its natural sweetness, health contributions, and the unique flavor profile it offers.

A Natural and Wholesome Sweetener

Honey, revered as nature's sweetener, stands out for its natural composition and minimally processed nature, especially when compared to refined sugars. Its inherent sweetness means you can use less quantity—about 7/8 cup of honey for every cup of sugar—without compromising on the jam's sweet taste. This not only reduces the overall sugar content but also preserves the natural fruit flavors of the strawberries more effectively.

Health Benefits Galore

Incorporating honey into strawberry jam brings a host of health benefits. Honey is not just a sweetener; it's a source of antioxidants, contains trace vitamins and minerals, and has been linked to various health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. By choosing Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, you're also opting for a less processed option that retains more of these healthful properties.

Flavor Complexity and Quality

The flavor honey imparts to strawberry jam is unparalleled. Unlike the one-dimensional sweetness of sugar, honey adds depth and complexity to the jam's flavor profile. The wildflower varieties, in particular, introduce subtle floral notes that complement the strawberries' natural tartness and sweetness, creating a more gourmet and nuanced taste experience.

Considerations in Preservation and Texture

While honey enhances the jam's flavor and health profile, it's important to note that jams sweetened with honey may have a slightly thinner texture than their sugar-based counterparts. However, this should not be viewed negatively. The slightly looser consistency works wonderfully in various culinary applications, from topping for ice cream and yogurt to a spread for crusty bread. Furthermore, due to honey's natural properties, these jams may not last as long once opened compared to sugar-sweetened jams, making smaller batch sizes an ideal choice for preservation.

Caloric and Environmental Impact

Using honey as a sweetener also has a positive impact on the caloric content of the jam. With honey being sweeter than sugar, less is needed to achieve the desired sweetness, ultimately reducing the caloric content per batch. Additionally, opting for honey, particularly from local sources like Huckle Bee Farms, supports sustainable beekeeping practices and contributes to the health of the local ecosystem.

In summary, choosing honey as a sweetener in strawberry jam not only enhances the jam's flavor and health benefits but also aligns with a more natural and environmentally conscious approach to cooking and preserving. Honey's rich, complex sweetness, combined with its healthful properties and the unique flavor it brings to the jam, makes it an excellent choice for those looking to elevate their homemade preserves.


Choosing the Right Strawberries

Selecting the perfect strawberries for your strawberry honey jam is pivotal to achieving that delectable balance of sweetness and tartness, characteristic of a homemade preserve. The journey from the berry patch to the jam jar begins with understanding the nuances of strawberry ripeness and preparing the fruit for jam-making. Let’s dive into the essentials of choosing the right strawberries, focusing on optimal ripeness and the correct way to wash and hull your berries.

Optimal Ripeness

  1. Ripeness Is Key: Aim for strawberries that are ripe but not overripe. Berries at their peak ripeness possess the perfect blend of natural sugars, acidity, and pectin, crucial for jam setting and flavor. Overripe strawberries, while tempting, may lead to a jam with a looser consistency and a less vibrant taste, as they lose acid and pectin over time.
  2. Variety and Seasonality: The best strawberries for jam are often those picked fresh, especially during the early summer months. Varieties like Allstar, Cabot, Chandler, Earliglow, and Jewel are excellent choices, known for their deep, uniform color and firm texture. However, incorporating a mix of ripe and slightly underripe strawberries can add to the jam's complexity, as slightly greener berries contain higher levels of pectin and acids.
  3. Visual and Tactile Indicators: Look for strawberries that are firm, sweet, and free of bruises. A deep, uniform red color and a fresh, sweet aroma are good indicators of quality. While larger berries may be visually appealing, smaller or misshapen berries are equally suitable for jam-making, often packing a more intense flavor.
prepping strawberrys

Washing and Hull Removal

  1. Preparation: Before the strawberries can be transformed into jam, they must be thoroughly washed and hulled. This process not only cleans the berries but also prepares them for cooking, ensuring that your jam is free of any unwanted debris or grit.
  2. Washing Technique: A gentle yet effective way to wash strawberries involves placing them in a colander and running cold water over them. This method minimizes water absorption, preserving the berries' natural firmness. For a deeper clean, berries can be soaked briefly in a mixture of water and vinegar, which helps to remove any lingering dirt. After soaking, rinse the strawberries under cold running water, agitating them gently to dislodge any remaining dirt particles.
  3. Hulling and Cutting: Once cleaned, the strawberries need to be hulled—meaning the green leafy tops and any white core are removed. This can be done with a paring knife or a specialized hulling tool. Depending on your preference for jam texture, strawberries can then be left whole, halved, or diced. For a chunkier jam, larger pieces are ideal, while a smoother consistency can be achieved by mashing the berries or giving them a quick pulse in a blender.

Incorporating these steps into your jam-making process ensures that the strawberries you select will contribute the best possible flavor and texture to your strawberry honey jam. Remember, the quality of the fruit directly influences the outcome of your jam, making the choice of strawberries a crucial step in crafting a delicious, homemade preserve.

Required Ingredients

To embark on the delightful journey of creating strawberry honey jam, one must gather a few key ingredients. These components are the building blocks of a delicious, artisanal jam that captures the essence of summer in every jar. Let's explore the necessary ingredients, ensuring the use of Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey to sweeten our preserve, aligning with our commitment to natural, wholesome flavors.

washing strawberrys


The star of our jam is, without a doubt, the strawberries. For the best results, select ripe, freshly picked local strawberries, as they're at their peak of sweetness and flavor. The quantity of strawberries needed can vary based on the recipe, but a good starting point is 6 to 8 cups of crushed or pureed strawberries. Remember, the ripeness of the fruit significantly influences the taste of the jam, so choosing the right strawberries is crucial.


To sweeten our jam, we'll use Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, known for its rich flavor and natural sweetness. Depending on the recipe, the amount of honey can range from 1/2 cup to 2 cups. Honey not only acts as a sweetener but also adds a unique depth and complexity to the jam's flavor profile, making it a healthier and more flavorful alternative to traditional sugar.

Lemon Juice

A teaspoon or two of fresh lemon juice is essential in our jam-making process. Lemon juice adds a touch of acidity, enhancing the strawberries' natural flavors and aiding in the setting of the jam. Furthermore, lemon juice is rich in natural pectin, which helps achieve the perfect jam consistency.

Optional: Additional Flavorings

For those looking to experiment with flavors, consider adding optional flavorings to your strawberry honey jam. These can include:

  • Chia Seeds: Adding 2 to 3 tablespoons of chia seeds can introduce a fun texture and help the jam gel without traditional pectin.
  • Pectin: If you prefer a thicker consistency, 1/3 cup of pectin can be added, although it's not necessary when using chia seeds.
  • Dry Zings: Spices like cinnamon or vanilla, or citrus zests, can be added in small quantities to introduce subtle nuances to the jam's flavor.
  • Wet Zings: A splash of balsamic vinegar or a hint of rosewater added towards the end of cooking can brighten the jam with vibrant, complex flavors.

By combining these ingredients with care and attention, you'll create a strawberry honey jam that's not only delicious but also a reflection of artisanal, natural preserving at its best. Whether spread on toast, swirled into yogurt, or savored straight from the spoon, this jam is a celebration of the simple pleasures of homemade preserves.

Essential Canning Tools and Equipment

Embarking on the journey of making strawberry honey jam, one must be equipped with the right tools and equipment to ensure a smooth and successful canning process. Here, we delve into the essentials, focusing on the canning pot, mason jars, and lid lifters, each playing a pivotal role in transforming your fresh strawberries and Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey into delectable jam.

Canning Pot

A canning pot is indispensable for the hot water bath method, a popular technique used in preserving jams. It's essential to choose a pot that can comfortably hold a jar rack and the jars themselves, ensuring they can be fully submerged in water. While it may be tempting to opt for a cheaper enamelware canning pot, experience teaches us to select a stainless steel one right from the start. The durability and versatility of stainless steel outweigh the initial cost, especially after learning that enamel can flake off into your precious preserves, as was the unfortunate case with a batch of applesauce. Remember, the best canning pot might just be the large, durable stainless steel one already in your kitchen.

Mason Jars

Mason jars are the quintessential containers for canning, available in various sizes and shapes to suit different needs. For strawberry honey jam, half-pint (1 cup) or 4-ounce (1/2 cup) jars, often labeled as "jam jars," are ideal. These jars come in two main types based on the size of their opening: wide mouth and regular. While quart and pint jars are generally used for larger fruits and vegetables, the smaller sizes are perfect for jams and jellies. When purchasing a box set, it typically includes the jars along with the necessary lids and rings. It's important to note that while the glass jars can be reused, the lids are one-time use only, so having extras on hand is wise. If rings become rusty or bent, they too should be replaced.

Lid Lifters

The final piece of essential equipment is the lid lifter, particularly those with a magnetic tip for easy and safe handling of canning lids. This tool is invaluable for placing lids on jars with minimal contact, promoting a sterile environment. The magnetic lid lifter allows for the easy pick-up of lids from simmering water or countertops, enhancing lid sterilization and preventing burns. It's a tool that not only safeguards against scalded fingers but also ensures a clean and efficient canning process.

In summary, having the right tools and equipment is crucial for making strawberry honey jam. A durable stainless steel canning pot, appropriately sized mason jars, and a reliable lid lifter are key components that make the process safer, easier, and more enjoyable. With these essentials, along with your ripe strawberries and Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, you're well on your way to crafting delicious, homemade strawberry honey jam.

Step-by-Step Instructions

Preparing the Strawberries

  1. Begin by thoroughly rinsing the strawberries under cold water. Trim off the greens and any bruised or damaged areas.
  2. Using a blender or a food processor, blend the strawberries until smooth to create a puree. If a chunkier texture is preferred, mash the berries with a potato masher instead.
  3. Transfer the pureed strawberries into a large saucepan or pot, setting the stage for the cooking process.
adding honey

Pouring Honey In

Cooking the Jam

  1. To the saucepan with the strawberry puree, add Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, pectin (if using), and fresh lemon juice. The honey not only sweetens the jam but also adds a delightful depth of flavor.
  2. Bring the mixture to a simmer over medium-high heat, stirring constantly to prevent sticking. Cook with the lid off until the mixture thickens, approximately 30 minutes. This step is crucial for achieving the desired consistency and flavor concentration.
  3. For those opting for a thicker jam, consider adding chia seeds towards the end of the cooking process. Stir them in and cook for an additional 2-3 minutes. Chia seeds gel quickly and will help thicken the jam further as it cools in the jars.

Sterilizing the Jars

  1. While the jam is cooking, prepare your canning jars. Wash the jars, lids, and bands in hot, soapy water; rinse well.
  2. Place the jars on a rack in a pot of water. Boil for 10 minutes, then reduce the heat and let them simmer. Alternatively, place the jars on a baking sheet and dry them in an oven preheated to 275 degrees for 10 minutes. This step ensures the jars are sterile and dry.
  3. For the lids and bands, put them in a separate saucepan of simmering water until ready to use. Do not boil the lids as this can damage the seal.

Filling the Jars

  1. Just before filling, carefully remove the jars from the water or oven using a jar lifter or tongs, shake out the excess water, and transfer to a clean kitchen towel.
  2. Ladle the hot strawberry jam into the clean, sterilized jars, leaving about 1/2 inch of headspace at the top. This space is necessary to create a vacuum seal during the canning process.
  3. Use a bubble remover tool or a rubber spatula to slide down the inside of the jars a few times to remove any air bubbles. This step is crucial for preventing air pockets which could compromise the preservation of the jam.
  4. Wipe the rim and threads of each jar with a damp, clean cloth to ensure a tight seal.
  5. Carefully place the lids on the jars, securing them with the bands until fingertip tight. Ensure not to overtighten as this may interfere with the sealing process.
  6. Place the filled jars on the rack of a water bath canner and lower them into boiling water. Make sure the jars are covered by at least an inch of water. Cover the canner and process the jars for 10 minutes to seal them properly.
  7. After processing, use the jar lifter to carefully remove each jar from the canner and place them onto a wire rack or a towel on the counter to cool. The jars should begin to ping as they cool, indicating a successful seal. If any jars do not seal, refrigerate them and use within a few weeks.

By following these detailed steps and using Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, you'll craft a delightful strawberry honey jam that captures the essence of fresh, ripe strawberries with a hint of natural sweetness and complexity from the honey. Enjoy spreading it on toast, swirling it into yogurt, or as a sweet topping for desserts.

Troubleshooting Common Issues

In the adventure of making strawberry honey jam, even the most experienced jam makers can encounter a few hiccups along the way. Here, we explore solutions to two common issues: jam not setting properly and jars not sealing correctly. With a bit of patience and some troubleshooting tips, you can ensure your strawberry honey jam turns out perfectly.

Jam Not Setting

  1. Patience Is Key: Initially, if the jam appears too runny, give it time. Allow 24-48 hours for the jam to set properly. Sometimes, pectin needs this time to fully activate and thicken the jam.
  2. Assess and Address: If after waiting, the jam still hasn't set, it's time to assess the quantity that needs re-cooking. Avoid remaking more than 8 cups (4 pints) at a time for best results.
  3. Recooking the Jam: Combine 1/4 cup sugar and 1 tablespoon powdered pectin for every 4 cups of jam. Dissolve this mixture in the jam over high heat, stirring constantly. Once boiling, cook for an additional 5 to 10 minutes, looking for signs of thickening.
  4. Testing for Set: Use the plate or sheeting test to check if the jam has reached the desired consistency. If it coats a spoon or wrinkles on a chilled plate, it's ready.
  5. Reprocessing: Pour the thickened jam into sterilized jars, wipe the rims, apply new lids, and process in a boiling water bath canner as per the original recipe.
  6. Batch Size Matters: Remember, increasing the batch size can make it difficult to achieve the proper set due to the challenge of evaporating enough water. Stick to the recommended quantities for best results.
  7. The Role of Pectin: For those using Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, adding powdered pectin can be particularly effective for reprocessing runny jam. This approach can help achieve the perfect balance between the natural sweetness of the honey and the desired jam consistency.

Jars Not Sealing

  1. Processing Time: Ensure you're using the correct water bath processing time for your altitude. For pints, a general rule is 10 minutes, with adjustments needed for elevations over 1,000 feet.
  2. Heat and Seal: If jars are not sealing, it might be due to improper processing or cooling. Once the processing time is up, let jars sit in the canner with the heat off for an additional ten minutes to encourage sealing.
  3. Check for Seals: After jars have cooled, press the center of the lid to test for a proper seal. If the lid springs back, the jar hasn't sealed and should be refrigerated and used first.
  4. Avoid Re-processing Sealed Jars: Once jars have successfully sealed, avoid re-processing as this can compromise the integrity of the seal and the safety of the jam.
  5. Sterilization and Handling: Ensure jars and lids are properly sterilized and handled with care. Using new lids each time and avoiding over-tightening the bands can improve sealing success rates.

By following these steps and keeping a close eye on the details, you can troubleshoot common issues and ensure your strawberry honey jam is a delightful success. Whether it's achieving the perfect set or ensuring your jars seal correctly, these tips will help preserve the natural goodness of your homemade jam, allowing you to enjoy the fruits of your labor for months to come.


Storing Your Strawberry Honey Jam

After crafting your delightful strawberry honey jam, using the rich and natural sweetness of Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, ensuring its longevity is the next crucial step. Proper storage not only preserves the exquisite flavors but also maintains the jam's quality over time. Here, we delve into the best practices for storing your homemade strawberry honey jam, focusing on cool dark places and shelf life expectations.

Cool Dark Places

For those planning to savor their strawberry honey jam over the next 1-2 months, refrigeration is a simple and effective storage method. The cool temperature slows down the degradation process, while the dark environment protects the jam from light exposure, which can alter its color and taste. However, for long-term storage, or if you're considering gifting jars to friends and family, a more robust method is required.

Processing the jars in a water bath, according to standard canning procedures, is essential for sealing the lids properly. This method ensures that the jars are airtight, preventing bacterial contamination. It's important to note that simply turning the hot jars upside down is not sufficient for sealing and could compromise the safety of the jam. Additionally, when canning at high altitudes, it's necessary to adjust the boiling times to ensure the jars are properly sealed.

Another convenient option for personal consumption is to freeze the jam. Let the jars cool for a few hours post-cooking, then place them in the freezer. This method is particularly useful for those who make large batches of jam during the spring and summer months, as it allows you to enjoy the jam throughout the year. Thaw the frozen jars overnight in the refrigerator before use for best results.

Shelf Life Expectations

Once the jars are completely cooled, which takes about 12 hours, the rings should be removed. This step not only gives a clear view of the jar, allowing you to spot any seepage or discoloration around the rim and the lid, but also makes it easier to stack the jars for storage. It's important to date and label the jars, then store them in a cool, dark place. Properly sealed jars of strawberry honey jam can last for 12 to 18 months when stored under these conditions.

It's worth mentioning that the sugar content in the jam acts as a preservative, extending its shelf life. A traditional jam, sealed in an air-tight container, can last almost indefinitely. However, once opened, the jam becomes susceptible to airborne bacteria and fungi. While the high sugar content prevents most bacterial growth, it's not sufficient to stop fungal growth. Consuming the jam quickly and storing opened jars in the refrigerator can slow down fungal growth, but it won't stop it entirely. In the unlikely event that mold develops, removing the moldy portion and boiling the remaining jam before transferring it to a clean container can salvage the rest.

In summary, storing your strawberry honey jam in cool, dark places and following proper canning or freezing procedures ensures that the delightful flavors and quality are preserved for future enjoyment. Whether spreading it on morning toast or incorporating it into baked goods, your homemade strawberry honey jam will remain a cherished treat for months, or even years, to come.

toast and jam

Recipes and Serving Ideas

Exploring the versatility of strawberry honey jam, crafted with the richness of Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, opens up a myriad of culinary possibilities. From the simplicity of spreading it on toast to incorporating it into gourmet desserts, the depth of flavor this jam introduces is bound to elevate any dish. Here are some inspired ways to enjoy your homemade strawberry honey jam.

On Toast or Bagels

The classic approach to enjoying jam is timeless for a reason. Spread a generous layer of strawberry honey jam over a toasted slice of your favorite bread or a warm, crispy bagel. The jam's rich, fruity sweetness, paired with the subtle floral notes from the wildflower honey, transforms a simple breakfast into a delightful experience. For an added twist, consider adding a thin layer of cream cheese before topping it with jam, creating a creamy contrast to the jam's vibrant flavor.

In Desserts

Strawberry honey jam isn't just for breakfast; it's a fantastic addition to desserts. Here are two ideas to get you started:

  1. Vanilla Ice Cream with Strawberry Honey Jam: For an instant dessert, spoon some of this exquisite jam over a bowl of vanilla ice cream. The contrast between the cold, creamy ice cream and the sweet-tart flavor of the jam is irresistible. The jam's slightly thinner texture, which should not deter you, is perfect for drizzling, ensuring every bite has a burst of flavor.
  2. Strawberry Jam Crostini: Elevate your dessert game by grilling slices of ciabatta bread until they're just crispy. Smear each slice with whipped goat cheese, then top with a dollop of strawberry honey jam. Finish with a sprinkle of fresh basil, thyme, and a pinch of sea salt. This dessert crostini combines savory elements with the sweetness of the jam, offering a sophisticated flavor profile that's sure to impress.

With Yogurt

Incorporating strawberry honey jam into your yogurt can turn a routine breakfast into a culinary delight. Here's how:

  1. Yogurt Panna Cotta with Strawberry Jam: This elegant dessert or breakfast option brings a surprising tang to the creamy, silky texture of panna cotta. Combining the health benefits of yogurt, including its probiotics and protein, with the antioxidant-rich strawberry honey jam creates a dish that's as nutritious as it is delicious. Serve the panna cotta in small glasses, topped with a generous spoonful of jam for a burst of flavor.
  2. Strawberry Honey Yogurt Parfait: Layer Greek yogurt, strawberry honey jam, and granola in a glass for a simple yet nutritious parfait. The Greek yogurt provides a thick, creamy base that pairs wonderfully with the sweet and floral notes of the jam, while the granola adds a satisfying crunch. For an extra touch of sweetness and texture, drizzle Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey over the top and finish with a sprinkle of toasted nuts.

These recipes and serving ideas showcase the versatility of strawberry honey jam, proving that its uses extend far beyond the breakfast table. Whether you're looking for a simple way to enhance your morning toast, searching for an elegant dessert, or wanting to add a sweet twist to your yogurt, this jam, with its natural sweetness and depth of flavor provided by Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, is the perfect ingredient.


Embarking on the journey of creating strawberry honey jam, using Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey as a natural sweetener, not only elevates the flavor but imbues our preserves with a depth and wholesomeness unmatched by traditional jams. The exploration from selecting ripe strawberries to the meticulous canning process underscores the joy and artistry of homemade preserve making. By focusing on natural, quality ingredients like Huckle Bee Farms Wildflower Honey, we ensure each jar of jam is a testament to the flavors of the season, encapsulated to enjoy year-round.

This artisanal strawberry honey jam, with its rich, complex flavors and healthful advantages, invites us to reconnect with the simplicity and purity of home cooking. It encourages us to appreciate the beauty of handcrafted food, reminding us of the importance of choosing natural ingredients for our well-being and pleasure. As we spread this jam on our morning toast or swirl it into yogurt, we savor not just the sweetness of strawberries and honey, but the love and care that went into every jar.


On Choosing the Right Pectin for Jam Making

Q: What type of pectin should I use for making jam?

A: For those interested in creating jams with low or no added sugar, Pomona's Universal Pectin is an excellent choice because it uses calcium to set, rather than sugar. However, if you're making traditional jams that include sugar, Weaver's Pectin is a high-quality, yet cost-effective option.

The Secret Behind Delicious Jam

Q. How can I improve my jam-making process?

A: A highly effective technique is to macerate the fruit before cooking. This involves mixing the fruit with sugar and letting it sit for a few hours or overnight. This process draws out juices from the fruit, combining with the sugar to form a syrup, which enhances the flavor and texture of the jam.

Using Honey as a Sweetener in Jam

Q: Can storing strawberries in glass jars extend their freshness?

A: Yes, keeping strawberries in an airtight glass jar, such as a Mason jar, can slightly prolong their freshness. Ensure the strawberries are dry before placing them in the jar, seal it tightly with a lid, and store it in the refrigerator for best results.

Storing Strawberries in Glass Jars

Q: Is it possible to use honey in place of sugar when making jam?

A: Absolutely, honey can be a wonderful sweetener for jams, especially when using Pomona's Universal Pectin. This method allows for the creation of deliciously sweetened jams with the unique flavor profile of local raw honey.

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