15 Foods That Are Often Mistaken for One Another, and How to Tell the Difference

4. Jam vs jelly

While jam usually contains at least fifty percent of the original fruit, jelly has at most forty-five percent, as they usually crush the fruit into a smoother consistency and throw away the solids. Jam is created with the same recipe, but most of the pieces and seeds are left in it to make it more spreadable.

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