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!
I love it but I can understand that not everyone wants peel in theirs.
Very good info.
Now I know the difference!
Did you ever make your pineapple ice cream?
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!!
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.
Cool info. Blogging pals share the most interesting things!
Loved your flower blog. So pretty.
I did not know the technical differences between all these things before. You have edumacated me!
Edumacated, that's one I use, too. Good word.
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!
Thanks, Ava. I knew that I wasn't a fan of jelly, but I never knew it was made from juice.
Hi Ivy....Great fun facts!I made some freezer jam last week...yummy!Have a great day!!Cheers!Linda :o)
Long time no see. Yes, I hear many good things about freezer jam. Glad you love it.
So that's the difference!
Cool! I knew a few of those but not all of them.
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.
That makes sense!
True !And I love them all !cheers, parsnip
Didn't know about conserves.You do have an unusual blog.
I love your fun facts.
I knew there was some differenceketchup and catsup? Same thing
I like K, not C. How about you?
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.