Guys, I just started eating toast about 6 months ago. So far it's just been plain white Wonder bread toast, but I've been getting some breakfast offers lately and wanted to add some jam to really take my toast eating to the next level. The breakfast situations I'll be getting into will mostly be small like diners, brunch at people's houses, and of course just eating breakfast at home alone (I've been trying to eat toast at least 15 minutes a day so I get better at it). I also might try some different kind of toasts at some point like multigrain and cinnamon raisin. Anyway, I just wanted to know, what's the best jam to use with toast? I've heard good things about strawberry and it seems really popular, but I've heard some guys are using blueberry or even apricot and wanted to know if those would work for what I'm trying to do. I have about $3.75 to spend on jam, but I could probably come up with $4.25 if I saved up for a while. How much jam do I need to last for a month?