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How Jell-O Works

It wiggles, it jiggles, it's held together with amino acids. We've got the scientific scoop behind the treat that you always have room for! Back to Article

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-10-09 17:41:59 -0700

my mom makes great jell o

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KatieStyles
KatieStyles wrote:
2013-08-26 22:32:58 -0700

I LOVE JELLO IT IS SO GOOD!!!!!!! Who wants to give me some? Wink

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quandra*bhadd_2021551
quandra*bhadd_2021551 wrote:
2012-06-15 15:06:56 -0700

I Lovee Doinq The Jello Challenqee . Ima A Jello Head

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What is the Best Thing to do with Jell-O?

  • Throw it at people.
  • Eat it!
  • Jell-O wrestling.
  • Make people shapes with it.

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