...made my "tea", and let it set for 24 hours. I placed in the refrigerator for about 2-3 days, then took it out to make the jelly.
The final result is a very pretty pink. I used the recipe (1/4 inch head space in the jars) from Rebecca at Rebecca's Hearth and Home Blogspot. The jelly is delicious. Almost like grape, better. A sort of fruity flavor.
My kitchen smelled so good too. Even the kids came home and said, "what were you cooking that smells so good."
That's not all I got done yesterday. I got my carrots, turnips, two types of radishes, chard and collards planted. I worked on the asparagus patch too. The heat is drying up the ground though, so I am not sure I'll get anything weeded today either. I may have to wait for this next rain tomorrow (or whenever it shows up).