Jell-O

Sold expensively in sheets throughout the early 19th century, gelatin expanded its reach and popularity following the invention of a cheaper, safer, and more convenient powdered form in 1845. Soon this powdered gelatin became the Jell-O we know today. Its concentrated form led the rise of “Jell-O Molds” — allowing consumers to add in extras themselves.

 
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