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Marks & Spencer Freshly Squeezed OrangeJuice Jelly

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Brand: Marks & Spencer / Type: Jelly

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      07.08.2009 09:27
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      Delicious and light.

      I came across Marks & Spencer Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice Jelly by accident and decided to give it a try. When I pulled back the lid, the first thing I noticed was the fresh scent of oranges. I also noticed that the jelly wasn't a very solid one. It wasn't quite soft enough to drink, but it was definitely wobblier than expected. This is a really nice jelly, which tastes like fresh orange juice. It's actually quite strange when you eat it because the jelly feels more solid in the mouth than the flavour leads you to expect. It reminds me of the fresh orange ice lollies that we sometimes freeze at home. It would make a nice refreshing course at the end of a meal, and at approximately 122 calories per pot, it's a pud that's very nearly guilt-free. There is no added colouring, so that the jelly is a natural shade of orange. This comes in 175g pots, and each 100g contains 70 calories. The listed ingredients are: Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice (45%), water, sugar, and pork gelatine. The pork gelatine makes this unsuitable for vegetarians and anyone who can't eat pork, and for this reason I'm only going to give it 4 stars.

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