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wtf that is not jelly?looks like gelatin
@anonSeriously?Known as Jelly in most commonwealth countries I expect. I don't know wny americans decided to rename what the world calls "Jam" to be "Jelly".
Dear Santa,All I want for Christmas is a Jelly Wobbler.
Here in Canada, we have a 3-way distinction between jam, jelly, and jello (gelatin). Jam is fruitier -- it it usually opaque and has distinguishable fruit pieces, textures, and seeds. Jelly is sweeter, and it's smooth, clear, and seedless -- I think it's made from fruit juice rather than whole fruit. Both jam and jelly are set with sugar and pectin and are eaten on bread/toast. Jello/gelatin is, well, flavoured gelatin (Jell-O is a brand name, but I think "jello" is basically used as a generic term for it now).
Why does jelly need to be wobbled?
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