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 What is the difference between jam and jelly?

Answer Jelly is the strained flavor of the fruit...no actually fruit pieces. Jam has fruit pieces in it.That's why costlyThe terms jam and jelly are used in different parts of the world in different ways.... Read More »
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What is the difference between royal jelly&honey?

While royal jelly and honey are both made by bees, there is a difference in their composition. Each have different purposes within the hive and in your home. Both are valuable products that are use... Read More »
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Jelly Doughnut Bagel with Jelly Or English Muffin with Jelly Which from this list do you like better?

They all sound so tempting, but I`ll go with the English Muffin. I always love your food questions, Night, Scooter!
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What's the difference between Jelly & Jam?

it must be jelly cause jam don't shake like that. lol
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What's the difference between jam and jelly?

JAM:A thick mixture of fruit, sugar (and sometimes PECTIN) that is cooked until the pieces of fruit are very soft and almost formless. It is used as a bread spread, a filling for pastries and cooki... Read More »
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