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Jell-O in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishJell-OJell-O, jello /ˈdʒeləʊ $ -loʊ/ noun [uncountable] trademark American English  DFFa soft sweet food made from fruit juice and gelatin syn jelly British English
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Jell-OTea in bags. Jell-O with tiny square pieces of fruit in it.It is tough to reform something that is shapeless and indifferent to improvement, like Jell-O in the hands of a carpenter.A handful of Jell-O is easier to hold on to.Most of them have the stability of Jell-O.Who in their right mind would hook up Jell-O to an electroencephalograph.?One day it was a moist, spongy cake, another time it was Jell-O and whipped cream.Think about what Jell-O is made of.