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    Question Jelly,Jam,Preserve,Marmalade

    I just want to know the differences between these words.
    I just found these about them.Please tell me if they are correct.

    Jelly is made from fruit juice and so has no fruits bits.(Sticky like honey)

    Jam is made by boiling fruit and does have fruit bits(pureed fruit)

    Preserve:bits of fruit

    Marmalade typically is a ctrus_based preserve sometimes containing the rind(shreds of fruit rind)

    Is there anything to add?

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    Re: Jelly,Jam,Preserve,Marmalade

    Try this site for a complete description. Fruit preserves - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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