09 July, 2015

Fun Fact #2247


33 comments:

  1. Aaaahhhh so now I know why I never liked that orange marmalade crap my Grandma used to serve. It's because it had orange peel in it. YUK!

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    1. I love it but I can understand that not everyone wants peel in theirs.

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  2. Explains why I prefer jam, I suppose. Preserves are okay, too. Also explains why I hate orange marmalade. Love oranges, hate the peel. :) Thanks for the lesson!!

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    1. You're the second one today that doesn't like the peel. Did you get lots of rain and thunder today? We did. Was nice to be indoors, baking.

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  3. Cool info. Blogging pals share the most interesting things!

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  4. I did not know the technical differences between all these things before. You have edumacated me!

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  5. Ok, I actually wondered what the difference btwn jelly and jam was, but wow, you went whole hog and totally skooled me!

    Love the header up there today!

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    1. Thanks, Ava.

      I knew that I wasn't a fan of jelly, but I never knew it was made from juice.

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  6. Hi Ivy....
    Great fun facts!
    I made some freezer jam last week...yummy!
    Have a great day!!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Long time no see. Yes, I hear many good things about freezer jam. Glad you love it.

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  7. Cool! I knew a few of those but not all of them.

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    1. I didn't know that jelly was made from juice. I don't care for jelly, but I love jam (we call lekvar).

      Hope you and Mrs. Bard have a great weekend.

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  8. True !
    And I love them all !

    cheers, parsnip

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  9. Didn't know about conserves.
    You do have an unusual blog.

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  10. I knew there was some difference

    ketchup and catsup? Same thing

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  11. Marmalade is wonderful. In the UK a jelly is what you call Jello. Took me a long while to know what people were talking about.

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