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Old 09-28-2012, 12:19 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by GRIFFIN View Post
While jam and jelly are made from fruit, they differ in a lot of aspects in terms of their texture, appearance and production. Jam is made from chopped pieces of fruit, while jelly is made from fruit juice only. Jelly also has pectin and lemon juice, which gives its firm shape as opposed to the fluid-like characteristic of jam. Jelly will also appear clearer because it is made only from fruit juice, while jam will have noticeable fruit bits thus giving it its thicker density. Jam is often used alongside another dish, while jelly can be eaten by itself

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