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What is your favorite jelly flavor?

Asked by RayaHope (4997points) 1 month ago

I think the question kinda gets right to the point. Or even make up a flavor, you can even include jam.

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kritiper's avatar

Grape. My grandmother made excellent grape jelly!

RayaHope's avatar

@ragingloli Of course nothing less will do.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

@ragingloli Which animal and what blood type do you prefer?

smudges's avatar

The A blood type is considered the sweetest blood type. This is because the A antigen carries a lot of sugar and is easy to digest.

smudges's avatar

I like jams much better than jellies; it spreads better. No particular flavor, although I do like grape and the various berries.

Nomore_Tantrums's avatar

Blueberry. Can’t beat it with a stick. Blueberry muffins are tops!

seawulf575's avatar

I’m fond of the @WhyNow and sometimes the @Squeeky flavored jellies. @RayaHope is new on the shelf and the jury is still out on that one ;-)

RayaHope's avatar

@seawulf575 I’m a unique taste a little French with a side of Native American and a sprinkle of German. But as you said, I am fresh ;)

jca2's avatar

I like raspberry, with seeds.

Zaku's avatar

Raspberry jam, from the local grower’s market, from this small family that grows the raspberries and makes the jam.

WhyNow's avatar

That must be jelly in your belly cause jam don’t shake like that.
-old blues song.

Kardamom's avatar

Orange marmalade, and strawberry preserves are my 2 favorites, but I love fig jam with feta cheese or cream cheese on crackers. Blueberry and boysenberry jelly are really good too.

Strauss's avatar

I like to jam with my jellies!

RayaHope's avatar

@Strauss LOL! GREAT answer :) cleaver I really like cleaver. Sometimes I’m not cleaver enough to spot it. :)

kruger_d's avatar

Orange marmalade and Mom’s apricot/hot pepper on crackers with cream cheese.

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