|JELL-O: A Biography|
|by Carolyn Wyman|
The author of SPAM: A Biography is back again-This time with the definitive biography of an even bigger edible American icon: JELL-0! Who didn't g...
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Clean and wash beets good, cook and ... real lemon juice, Jello and Sure-Jel. Boil ... Add 5 cups sugar. Boil 2 minutes longer. Pour into jars and seal.
Add: Chill until thickened. Mix in 2 cups beet and 1 cup celery, chopped. Chill until firm.
Heat beet juice and Sure-jel to boil. Add sugar and jello, stir to dissolve. Bring to a hard boil, no longer than 6 minutes. Pour in jars and seal.
Boil beets in unsalted water. ... and Sure-Jell. Add sugar, Kool-Aid, and Jello. Boil for 6 minutes. Pour into jelly jars (6 to 8). Cover with paraffin.
Heat beet juice, lemon juice, ... hard boil, add Jello and sugar and ... Skim off foam and pour into hot sterilized jars. Let cool and seal with paraffin.
Peel and scrub well raw red beets. Cover with ... hard boil. Add sugar and Jello all at once. Boil 6 minutes; skim. Pour into sterilized glasses and seal.
Drain juice and ... juice, sugar, vinegar, jello, and horseradish. Bring to boil. Add beets. Mix and ... tightly covered dish until jellied (several hours).
Scrub beets and cook until ... Sure-Jell in pan and bring to boil. Add the sugar, Jello and lemon juice. Bring ... for 2 minutes. Skim and seal in jars.
Boil juice, Sure ... Add sugar and jello. Boil for ... jars and freeze or seal. Beet juice is what is left after boiling your beets for eating or canning.
Put beets in blender, 1 ... and rest of liquid. Boil hard, stirring constantly, 25-30 minutes until it jells on spoon. Freeze or put paraffin on glasses.
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