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Old 12-19-2018, 12:49 AM   #11
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You, sir, are apparently a jelly man.

Just swish your spork around in the jelly jar. It will spread easily enough after that.
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I believe, along with Cheryl's description, that jam is more gelatinous as it's made from fruit juice, and jam is chunkier as it's made with mashed fruit along with the juice.

I wonder what is added to make jam more spreadable?
I'm assuming you meant jelly for the first one? The more gelatinous one?

You have a tendency to call things by the wrong name.

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Old 12-19-2018, 12:57 AM   #13
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Yes, sorry. Thanks.

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You really do...
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Lol, the best friends are those who let you get away with no B.S., unless necessary.
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I don’t like jelly much. Although I do like Jello. Jelly’s too difficult to spread on a PB&J. Jam is my preferred spread. No lumps, good flavor, easy to spread. But I do like just spooning preserves on an English muffin, pancakes, and waffles. Or a fruit compote, also delicious.
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I am more of a jelly person. It does spread the best (most evenly).

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Old 12-19-2018, 01:44 AM   #17
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I give up, your language is too confusing. I will from now ask for fruit spread and hope I dont get applestroop.
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Casey said what the heck is a stroop?

He's just ashamed to ask too many questions...
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Old 12-19-2018, 02:07 AM   #19
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Mixed fruit jelly is at every breakfast diner. It's apple jelly mixed with grape jelly.

I have to buy it off the net. No stores here carry it. Mixed Fruit Jelly, also known as All Fruit Jelly. Not on the shelves.
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