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Jell-O

Parent Category: Gelatin
Jell-O is a brand of gelatin desserts, such as gels and puddings. It is used alone as a dessert, as well as in recipes.
Jell-o is made from gelatin, which indeed is animal bone marrow. Gelatin is also in marshmallows and some capsules. Gelatin makes things hold their shape and that is why they use gelatin. This is something for vegetarians to watch out for too! Read the ingredients!
depends if its sugar free
I think it has Vitamin K
Because it jiggles and wiggles, and looks alive!
if you leve the jell-o outside of the refirgerator but as an unrefrigerated lquid..... I think not :P
Try Blue Raspberry.
Any fruit can be used in jello. It is the same routine, but with adifferent fruit. Now, whether or not it tastes good is a wholedifferent story.
JELL-O originally came out in 1897. Pearle B. Wait, a carpenter and cough medicine manufacturer from LeRoy, New York, developed a fruit-flavored version of Cooper's gelatin. His wife, May Davis Wait, named it JELL-O®. The first flavors were: strawberry, raspberry, orange and lemon. However,...
You shouldn't eat Jello pudding after the expiration date because I ate it once after the expiration date and was very sick and crying like a baby!
Jello, one of the thousand myths to beat a drug test. The only sure way to beat a drug test is abstinence.
A four to six block string of numbers/letters represents theexpiration date and company coding system. The day, month, and yearare read in the first one to three blocks as 02JUN2010 or 30 DEC2010.
I was told not to use jello instant pudding with celiac disease. Is your cooked puddings also unsafe, even tho they might not list wheat, barley, rye, malt etc. can it be cross contamination that is possible.
If you are planning on eating the Jell-O it is best not to storeJell-O at room temperature for an extended period of time that hasbeen made from box Jell-O. There are pre-made Jell-O cups that aresuitable for room temperature storage available from severalmanufacturers.
Jangelaphobia, I have it.
usually clear jello should see if that helps if it doesny maybe ask your local doctor
Well it becomes a chunky lemon
it is actually a colloid, some more examples are paint whipcream milk mud and even glue. a colloid is when one state of matter is suspended within another
Mix yellow & orange jello packets together to get less of the stark yellow and more of a gold tint!
yellow, red, orange, and dark red
Get some Jello, and put it in a pie. it's not that hard, idiot!
I don't know. I've looked EVERYWHERE. I just want plain squares.
I know the refractive index of the different colors of Jell-O are between 1.30-1.40. John bare
That's not too likely because the only difference between the two is one has red food coloring and the other has green food coloring and they both have their respective artificial flavoring. Otherwise, they're exactly the same.
Yes it is. They start with a basic gelatin, add sugar or artificial sweetener, artificial color, artificial flavor, and, viola, Jello!
Jello can stain clothes, but depending on the fabric it may wash out easily. Colors with strong dyes, like red, will stain clothing worse. Colors with weaker dyes, like yellow, will be easier stains to wash away.
Fresh pineapple and fresh kiwi fruit both contain an enzyme (see above) which prevents jelly, Jell-O, or gelatine, from setting. Because that enzyme is destroyed during the cooking or canning process, the processed pineapple (or kiwi) then can be used in jellies. So you can use fresh pineapple to...
When jello gets too heated up, it melts to a liquid
Peter Cooper patented powdered gelatin in 1845, but it was turnedinto a fruit-flavored dessert and trademarked by Pearle and MayWait in 1897, who named it Jell-O. It became super popular in 1904 when the company they sold thetrademark to started handing out free Jell-O cookbooks.
He is still very much alive.
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.
Yes, you can. It was made at home long before Jello began selling it in packages. See the link below for the basic recipe. It's very, very easy.
it was discovered in1845
First, make one colour Jello and make it cool down and go stiff in a bowl of your choice. Then, make another colour of Jello and let it cool down before pouring it on top of the other. Easy as pie if you know how. :-) You can of course make several more layers if you like. Wine glasses are an...
Jello only lasts for a couple hours before it starts to get watery/sludgy.
how many ounces are in a small box of pudding mix
1845,by Peter Cooper
Yes if you leave it outside in the heat (It doesn't have to be outside but still.....) :D
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...
Yes, it is good for you but should not be eaten often because ofthe gelatin.
Yes in part:- Jello or Jelly is set using a product called Gelatin . Gelatin is a translucent, colorless, brittle, nearly tasteless solid substance, derived from the collagen inside animals' skin and bones. The animal parts normally used to make it are cow and pig hides and bones.
Jello is made out of gelatin. Gelatin is made out of collagenextracted from boiled animal bones, animal skins, animal connectivetissue and cartilage. I know it sounds a bit gross but that's howit is jiggly. Sugar, color, and flavors are added to make Jellomore appetizing than plane gelatin.
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 really soft and smooth, but when you cool them down, they get all tangled and stuck together.
No. Gelatin is not vegetarian.
The raw materials used in the production of gelatin are from healthy animals and include cattle bone, cattle hides and fresh, frozen pigskins. In the North American market, these raw materials are basically sourced from government-inspected meat processing facilities. Since Jello is made with...
from a local supermarket..........
It contains gelatin, which usually comes from pigs' feet.
horses hooves arent made of jello but the product gelatin is made out off horses hooves. this is why some vegertarians and vegans will not eat anything with gelatin in it! :D
having a baby is not good
the answer is shang hi longoria i think i am not so sure of that are the chinese?
I believe with water my friend
Any white wine would substitute for champagne.
i am 14 and i turned 14 this year :)
yes you can and it is safe to eat!
kosher However, please note that the gelatin used is still generally derived from pork (see http://kraftfoods.custhelp. com/cgi-bin/kraftfoods.cfg/ php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_ faqid=117 ) and would therefore only be considered "kosher" by those who accept that the processing gelatin undergoes no...
it strengthens you whole body so, yeah it would help your hair, too. also milk does the same thing and it's even better so i would recommend that if you like milk. :D
no sorry you cant
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there are traces of ground up horse hair in the mix.
Jellatin (aka jello) comes from the horns of bulls.
Strawberry, apple, pineapple, peach, banana, grape, lemon, and cherry
Jello is a type of dispersion called a gel. A gel is a liquid trapped in a solid. Here collagen is the solid and water is the liquid. Collagen is made of long protein strands that zip together to trap water. Jello can also have sugar, flavoring, coloring, or even chunks of food, like fruit or...
no because you need to drink water
This depends on the type of bacteria, and the conditions of the Jello. It should take about 12-24 hours for a significant culture. The best way to grow bacteria on Jello would be to swap a certain area with a Q-tip, the swab that Q-tip on the Jello. Place the Jello in a warm, moist, dark area for...
You eat Jell-o.
There is a recipe for this on most Jell-o boxes now. Boil 1 1/2c water (or fruit juice, or any non-dairy liquid really), dissolve the Jell-o, and then mix in a tub of thawed Cool Whip. The result is an interesting mousse-like concoction. My roommates and I generally like it in either cherry or...
Jello Biafra was born on June 17, 1958.
Jello Biafra was born on June 17, 1958.
Jello Pudding will keep fresh about 3 days before beginning to separate. It will still be edible a couple more days, but not as palatable. It should be kept in the refrigerator with other dairy products
No... just the bone marrow of cows, pigs, and horses. Ever since my mom and I figure this out, we stopped eating everything with gelatin.
pizza,cheese its,socks,mac and cheese, butter
Xylitol, which is sugar alcohol
Water, gelatin, and flavored sugar.
it kind of depends. sometimes it's overnight, or mabe only 2 hours.
no it is not because the pork is to busy to be its self as "pork" PERSON now dnt ask anymore dumb questions as you are yourself lol. jp have a nice day =)
It is possible, but is not recommended as feeding pets human food is un-healthy for them.
Yes it is. Fruit on it or in it is good and adds to the nutritional value.
i think jello is an acid .
No. Jelatin (which Jell-O is made from) is derived from animal products.
Yes or No . Yes, you can because when you will suck it the jello will come in your mouth . no because then you will be drinking the jello and not eating it
Jello is made up of . Gelatin: main ingredient that makes it jelly . Maltodextrin: for texture and appearance . Adipic Acid / Fumaric Acid: for tartness . Disodium Phosphate: to buffer acidity and to quicken cook time. . Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA): as a food preservative. . Sugar or Sweeteners...
Yes it is. It is made of boiled pig and cow bones.
Ingredients (serves 12): . 1 (18 ounce) packages white cake mix, batter prepared (or home-made white cake batter) . 3 egg whites (or as called for by your cake mix) . 1/3 cup oil (or as called for by your cake mix) . 1 1/3 cups water (or as called for by your cake mix) . 1 tablespoon cherry Jell-O...
I believe jello used to be made of gelatin a component of collagen, to create the signature dessert. Beef bones (so cows) was typically used. The collagen found in bones and cartilage was used for jello as bone marrow has very little, mostly due to marrow being a site of red/white blood cell...
Due to the bromelain enzyme in fresh pineapple, the jello will not set. Jello has the protein gelatin in it, and the bromelain prevents the gelatin molecules to bond with other gelatin molecules. If you make two molds of jello, one with pineapple, one without, you will find that only the one without...
4 oz. Use the 4 oz for the recipe and save the box with the remaining 2 oz.
actually, its not, cause it is in a form, and fluid is technically a liquid, they mean the same thing, so if jello were to be a fluid, it would hold its shape, so its a solid, takes hold of its own shape.
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