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Answer The gelatin comes from the marrow of animal bones. The same thing seen in a pan that has cooked a turkey or ham. The heat allows the gelatin to escape from the meat and… bones. Then they add artificial colorings, artificial flavorings, and refined sugar. There are other additives put in to preserve it, and keep it from clumping. Answer GELATIN! ITS SUGAR in water...when it chills...it makes a jiggly thing. JELLO=GELATIN GELATIN=CHILLED SUGAR AND WATER CHILLED SUGAR AND WATER=UNHEALTHY.THEREFORE, JELLO=UNHEALTHY Answer Gelatin is animal bone / bone marrow. Answer Jello is actually quite healthy for you, sans the sugar. It's served at all hospitals as part of most diet programs and is usually the food given to outpatients to "test" their stomach. Answer A more accurate formula would be Jello = Gelatin + Water + Flavoring/Coloring.
Once made up, Jello consists of water, gelatin, artificial flavors and colours and sweeteners.
i believe it was oriiginated in new york but im not shureee but i am shure tht i like mexican boy and we was holding hands this morning i was like awwww well im sorry …if u dont want to hear this but like you probobly left already but like umm yea and my bestfirend is madyson and emily and lauren they are the best yall dont know them though well
NO. Jello is not vegetarian. It has gelatin in it, which is boiled animal bones and hooves. There is vegetarian version of jello made from agar.
through the magic of dessert me :) It's called protein kelation and coagulation.....Think of it like this Bunch of strings, when they're hot they're like noodles, they're r…eally soft and smooth, but when you cool them down, they get all tangled and stuck together.
well , their are 2 kinds of drowning dry drowning & drowning..
The nature of drowning is that you're burning more oxygen than you're able to replace. So breaking that cycle is your primary goal. This is accomplished by achieving two goals…: reducing your oxygen need and acquiring more oxygen. So -- first goal is to try and get your head up and get a large "swallow" or "bite" of air. Obviously, you want to avoid choking when you do, so be careful. Once you have your lungs full of air, you aren't likely to sink unless you're wearing something heavier than water. If you are, your next step is to ditch anything heavier than water. Shoes are a good start, but if you're diving with a weight belt, that should go too. As you're doing this, get another bite of air. Once you're buoyant and are floating on the surface, you still aren't likely to be able to hold your head entirely out of the water. So, remain floating face down and concentrate on relaxing any muscles you aren't using at the moment. People tense up in panic situations and flexed muscles burn oxygen far faster than relaxed muscles. Soon, though, you'll need more air... so try this... Ease one leg slowly in front of the other so your legs are in a "V" shape, from front to back. At the same turn, slowly ease your hands together, up to the surface of the water. Once you're in this position, you're going to do a few things all in a continuous sequence:You'll scissor your legs together, thrusting you forward and up, and at the same time you'll press DOWN with your hands together, thrusting your face up.Exhale either before or as your face is rising to the surface.When your face breaks the surface, catch a breath and hold it.Relax, and go face down in the water.Repeat as necessary. Once you've gotten this to work and are getting enough air, start trying to find land, and point yourself to it. Without flotation and if you're not a good swimmer or are fatigued, yelling for help burns a LOT of oxygen and energy, and probably should be avoided unless you're SURE it will help. See the link below for more details.
Your lungs aren't capable of converting the oxygen in water to a usable form so basically you suffocate similarly to having a plastic bag on your head replacing the plastic ba…g with a liquid
depends if its sugar free
it was discovered in1845
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She drowned, as in When Sierra tried to swim, she drowned. No offence to anyone named Sierra, but there's one that I REALLY hate.
You can't really do anything, because you're dead. I mean this is just a guess but I think all you do after you drown is blow bubbles and sink. Those bubbles are more and more… air coming out of your body and not returning. Lungs don't work for water: that's the reason why people can't breathe underwater. Humans don't have gills, either. So I guess the answer is blowing bubbles, sinking, and dying.
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