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 Should I use the jello jugglers recipient for a jello mold or regular recipe Urgent -waters boiling?

Answer Yes, you should use the Jello Jigglers Recipe (if that is what you were trying to ask) to make jigglers. You use less water for jigglers than regular Jello molds. If you are making a jello mold, ... Read More »
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How many gallons of jello would it take to fill a 90x90x20 pool with about 6 inches of jello?

Assuming you mean 90 x 90 x 20 inches, then the volume of Jello is 90 x 90 x 6 inches deep = 48600 cu in = 28.1 cu ft. At 7.48 gallons per cu ft, that is 210 gallons of jello.
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When you try to melt the chocolate, is it possible to melt it by putting it in the microwave?

Yes it would, but I think the best way to smoothly melt chocolate is to place it in a bowl and then place that bowl into a saucepan of hot water. It melts slowwly and evenly and doesn't bubble or b... Read More »
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I don't like jello. But would I like jello cookies?

You'd have to try them to be sure, but please understand that Jello is an animal byproduct.
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How Do You Eat Jello?

I don't eat Jello or gelatin. This might be the wrong forum to post this question... this is the veg*n forum.... as jello is derived from animals, we do not eat it.As with anything... you would pr... Read More »
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