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Discussion in 'History, Travel, and Culture' started by JamieUK92, Apr 13, 2019.
@Milktoast Bandit @BritNi This is jelly: This is jam:
Haha... no. The top is jello. The bottom is jam. Lmao.
Jello! Wtf just no! Haha
Jelly: Jam: Jello/Gelatin:
So what is your jelly then?
I don't think many of us would spread that on our peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Haha.
Hmmmm y’know after looking at the first pic, it does look a bit like jello. Hehe. MURICA But I think @Milktoast Bandit would be a better judge. The mighty toast knows all!
Boiled down fruit, sugar, water, and pectin.
The first 2 are jam show me “jelly” out of the jar please haha I need to investigate further...
Jelly of US of A: Jello:
If you can tell, it's in between jam and your "jelly." Haha. It's still spreadable. *she said*
Bring some with you please! I will tell you what they actually are
Upper class jam! Typically found in oxford or some shit...
All hail the mighty Jelly Determiner.
Haha. That's low class here. Jam is more expensive because it has more real fruit in it. Jelly is cheap because its mostly water and sugar.
Hahaha it’s jelly I would totes know
Ok well jelly is northern jam and your jam is oxford jam. Fuck! Why did I create this thread
Haha. I love that you made this thread Jamie. Some things boggle my mind too with the culture differences. Like Australians and Vegemite vs Americans and mayonaise. Anywho. I am intrigued.