i made a cider jelly that set perfectly but i would like to know can it be melted or reboiled in order to pour into cany molds
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Do you mean candy molds? Can you tell us a bit more about what you're making?
yes i meant candy molds. i saw a recipe for chocolate covered jellies. but that recipe had you make the jelly and have it set in a cake pan and then cut into squares before you dipped them into chocolate i would like to try and use the jelly i have on hand and i prefer to use different shapes rather than cutting out plain squares
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