Jellies

Jellies are fruit preserves without any fruit or fruit pulp. They are firmer than jam or preserves, often as firm as Jell-O, thus easy to retrieve from a jar but more difficult to spread. Because of their clarity, jellies make a good, unobtrusive companion to some foods, such as mint jelly with lamb or hot-pepper jelly on a fluffy buttermilk biscuit.

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