which contains too many confusions
ven at vvcrane.fsnet.co.uk
Sun Mar 25 21:02:45 EST 2001
> So far as I can see, in standard usage, the one called "jelly" is just jam
> that doesn't have any seeds or pulp. (Strained fruit preserves) Jello is a
> whole different animal.
You're not going to believe this but: the guardian newspaper has a
notes and queries section. There's a discussion at the moment
about women whose job was making artificial pips for raspberry
jam out of wood. I presume this was for jam that was pretty much
ersatz.these poor women wore theuir fingers down rolling these
slivers of wood until they were smooth and pip like. This was a
Victorian sweated trade. Its bizarre to think it was cheaper to pay
women to make wooden pips than it was to get real raspberries.
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