pan jam seeds

Pan jam seeds

Pan Jam by Mass Medical Strains is a unique blend of heirloom genetics with a little something extra. Created by crossing Panama Powerhouse (Panama Red x G13 Black Widow F6) by Dman Seeds and the famous Jamaican heirloom strain, Lamb’s Bread, this genetic mashup pays homage to some of the oldest and most enjoyed cuts in the cannabis cannon. Its heady buzz has been described as semi-psychedelic, while its body effects have been utilized for pain relief, making Pan Jam a wild, if not affective ride.

Pan Jam by Mass Medical Strains is a unique blend of heirloom genetics with a little something extra. Created by crossing Panama Powerhouse (Panama Red x G13 Black Widow F6) by Dman Seeds and the famous Jamaican heirloom strain, Lamb’s Bread, this genetic mashup pays homage to some of the oldest and most enjoyed cuts in the cannabis cannon. Its heady buzz has been described as semi-psychedelic, while its body effects have been utilized for pain relief, making Pan Jam a wild, if not affective ride.

Pan jam seeds

I like to store my Jam in an airtight glass container in the fridge, where it’ll last between 7-14 days. If you don’t think you’ll use all of your Jam before then, you can always cut the recipe in half!

Speaking of Jam uses…you can use this healthy Chia Jam pretty much anywhere you would use regular Jam or Jelly! My favorite ways to use it is spread over Toast or on top of Oatmeal, but it would also be great in Thumbprint Cookies, in PB&J Sandwiches, or even as a sweet dip for Sweet Potato Fries.

Berries have a high water content, which is why they work so well with Chia Seed Jam. I used a combination of Strawberries, Blackberries, and Blueberries for my jam, but you can use whatever berry you have! Frozen berries work just as well as fresh, though they will increase the cooking time slightly due to their higher water content.

Add a splash of Lemon Juice, then you’re good to go!

Store-bought Jams and Jellies, while tasty, are often overloaded with refined sugars and other preservatives. If you are looking to avoid these, Chia Seed Jam is a great alternative! If you are unfamiliar with the concept, it’s simply cooking down any Berry of your choice with Chia Seeds and (optional) Liquid Sweetener until it becomes a thick, jam-like consistency.

  • Author: Caitlin Shoemaker
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield:

The Chia Seeds will not only help to thicken the Jam, but are also a great source of fiber, healthy Omega-3 fats, and Calcium. Did you know that Vitamin A (which is common in berries) is Fat-Soluble, meaning that it absorbs into the body better with a source of fat? Adding Chia sounds like a win-win to me. I like to use whole Chia Seeds, but if you’re not a fan of their “crunchy” texture, you can also purchase ground Chia instead.

Next, remove from the Heat and add your Chia Seeds

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Chia Seed Jam is an easy and healthy alternative to store-bought jams and jellies. It’s made with only 4 plant-based ingredients, comes together with only 15 minutes of work, and is incredibly customizable! Let’s get into it, shall we?