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Jelly

1.A flavoured liquid combined with a setting agent in a mould.

2.A preserve made as a jam, but strained to produce a clear jelly, (such as the strawberry jelly above).

3.A savoury food preparation set with gelatine or a strong gelatinous stock, such as pig"s trotters jelly.

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