What is jelly
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Depends on which country you're from.
If the US, it's a derivative of preserves, confiture or jam (the difference largely being that the jelly is clarified/strained, whereas the others have whole fruit or puree). Set with pectin.
If we're talking the UK/Australia, it is what Americans would call Jell-o, set with gelatin.
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