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WHY MARMALADE AND NOT ORANGE JAM?

WHY MARMALADE AND NOT ORANGE JAM?

Have you ever wondered why not just call marmalade orange jam? Well there is a perfectly good explanation for this (it’s not that we just want our marmalade to sound fancy); jam is made using the pulp and juices of a fruit, whereas marmalade is made from citrus fruit and uses the juice and peel or rind – giving it the delicious chunky bits in it that make marmalade so tasty!

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