I made this lovely cherry jam with hints of lemon and the smoothness of vanilla bean. Because cherries don't have a lot of natural pectin you will need pectin to help with the gelling process. I decided to try a liquid pectin.
Different recipes call for different kinds of pectin. (What is pectin, anyway? Find out here.) So what if you're all set and ready to make a pot of jam, and your recipe calls for liquid pectin, but you only have dry? Can you substitute them?