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    Conversion Help - Jello

    Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:40 pm Groupie
    I was given a box of Gotter Speise jello on a trade with someone in Germany. I understand I need 250 ml of hot water followed by the jello but I am a bit confused with the 1oo grams of sugar. I have a scale measuring in kg which I haven't used before so I think I must be screwing up because it just doesn't look like much sugar. The jello in the US is sweet and there is no way that the amount I measured (it looks to be about 1/3 cup) will be as sweet. Is this the way the jello is supposed to be???? icon_redface.gif
    Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:59 am Groupie
    100 gr sugar = 1/2 cup.

    Götterspeise is sweet, but not overly so, I think there is already some sweetener in the jello powder though, so you should be fine.

    If you have a look in the British Forum, there is a sticky at the top called British Measurements, it has conversions for most popular ingredients (i.e. sugar, flour, butter etc.) from cups to metric and imperial weights.

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    Wed Dec 07, 2005 4:10 pm Groupie
    Thank-you so much for your help! The jello turned out well with a flavor unlike any flavor I've had before except when eating the Haribo gummy bears that are green. Do you know what the flavor comes from?
    Thu Dec 08, 2005 1:45 am Groupie
    Sounds like 'Waldmeister' flavour. I don't know what it's made from, but I'll try and find out for you. I've gotta go to work now, but I'll check later when I have more time. icon_biggrin.gif
    Thu Dec 08, 2005 4:25 am Groupie
    Waldmeister is called Sweet Woodruff (Gallium Oderatum) in English.

    You can get quite a few Walmeister flavoured foods in Germany and I used to love Waldmeister soda when I was a child, I haven't seen any in ages though.

    Thu Dec 08, 2005 1:57 pm Groupie
    I appreciate your looking into the English name. I don't believe I've ever heard of this before but we've been enjoying the flavor very much in the jello.
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