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  • bone marrow
    • Linda Joy
      That's one source
    • Anoname
      Your kidding - right. Bone marrow is good for you.
    • Linda Joy
      Not kidding. It's also derived from the connective tissue between the bones and ligaments and tendons and such it's actually a protein when you cook your Thanksgiving turkey and put it in the refrigerator that gelatinous substance that's all around the bottom of it that's the stuff they make Jello out of
    • Anonymous
      It's good stuff nutritious too.
    • Thinker
      Hoofs are also used in Jello
  • sure do.........& will NEVER EVER eat it again......or marshmallows for that matter..."PEEPS" contain gelatin.....made from.......the hides and bones of dead animals...LOOK IT UP PEOPLE AND EDUCATE YOURSELVES ABOUT some of the CRAP we are eating in our country............repulsive....... so there!!!!!!! as for the bone marrow? could be in there if it's the bones, but I sure as HELL wouldn't consider it anything to be eating!! YUK>>>>>>>>
    • Linda Joy
      It's made from a protein found in connective tissue I love it I eat it yum!
    • BRG
      you wanna eat hides and such from dead animals? be my guest.. BUT YOU DO REALIZE THERE ARE MANY OTHER MUCH BETTER SOURCES OR PROTEIN, RIGHT??????? right??????????
    • Linda Joy
      Sure, meat, eggs, dairy, grains, legumes, fish, beans, peas, nuts, probably more. This is just off the top of my head.
  • Gellatin
  • Suger and spice and everything nice (if you consider connective tissue between the bones and ligaments and tendons, "nice").
    • Linda Joy
      Jello is ok, but I prefer my connective tissue in a nice bone broth
    • Anonymous
      Hey! You need collagen... Gello is an ideal source of collagen, chicken soup is a superfood made from 'bone broth' containing all essential amino acids & vitamins.
    • Anonymous
      BRG gelatine is a good nutritional source unless you are vegetarian: Most guumy candy (haribo etc) have gelatine..makes chewy.Gello makes your nails, hair strong... there is a vegetarian gelatine available.
  • When I was taking a Seventh Day Adventist cooking class they said jello was made of cattle hooves. that is the reason there is a cow on the label of Knox Jelloton. They said regular jello contains cattle hooves as well but they won't admit it. The leaders of the cooking said the hooves is what makes it jell.
    • Linda Joy
      I thought the hooves were used to make glue. Actually hooves consist of a different protein, keratin, which can't produce gelatin.
  • May have gotten away from it, but for years cow hooves were used. Hey -- everything has to go somewhere.
    • Linda Joy
      hooves consist of a different protein, keratin, which can't produce gelatin.
  • Jelly fish?
    • Linda Joy
      Lol no.
    • Vittorio 'Sam' Manunta-Lowell
      Kidding?
  • Sugar and other sweetness.
    • Linda Joy
      that too!
  • not really
    • Linda Joy
      Well if you want to learn scroll up and read
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  • Bill Cosby's "special sauce"
  • Ofcousevi do, SAND!
  • 35% orange peel, 30% animal fat, 20% marmite and 20% organic raspberry juice.
  • pig bone goo. Basically they boil pig bones until the goo comes out, and then they dry the goo and powder it. For dessert, they also add sweetener, flavoring and coloring.
  • Thank you for sharing that detailed list of ingredients. I've been noticing lately that I eat too much turkey, anyway - I think next Thanksgiving I might look into vegetable beef soup as the main course. Do you scare your grandchildren, too? You don't see torches burning on your front lawn at night...? Just trying to get a mental picture here...
    • Linda Joy
      Who? Me? I don't recall sharing a list. My grandson was taken from me at age 8 and I haven't seen him since he was 9 or 10. He was adopted. I don't have a front lawn. Unless you count the foot or so of dirt between my patio and the sidewalk. No torches burning, but there is a street light that glares through my windows at night.

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