>> 4 cups of false solomon seal juice
>> 3 packages Knox gelatine
Place 3/4 cup of the juice and sprinkle with the packages of gelatine powder.
Whisk together to combine and allow to sit for 5 minutes to thicken. The granules will plump and the mixture will look like thick apple sauce. (It may even take on a lumpy appearance.)
Pour the remaining juice into a medium saucepan. Heat over medium heat until almost boiling. Remove from heat and stir in the thickened juice/gelatine mixture. Stir until thoroughly dissolved.
Pour into an 8×8" baking dish for thick Jello or a 9"×13" baking dish for thin Jello, or into individual glasses or jars for individual portions.
Refrigerate about 4 hours, or until set. Cut and serve.
Swap Out: No solomon seal berry juice? No worries. Use any healthy juice made from wild berries or use your favorite store-bought juice!
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