Will Jello remain liquid at room temperature?
This question may seem strange for this forum but since there is so much collective experience, I believe someone here will know the answer.
I am doing an experiment using Jello with my class tomorrow. However, I cannot cook it while at school. Can I boil and dissolve the gelatin at home tonight and count on it remaining in its liquid state? I need and want it to remain liquid. I have a refrigerator at school so I have no problem getting it to set after our experiment. The issue is keeping it liquid for our experiment.
Thank you much!
Thank you. I was afraid that was the answer but I sure am glad I asked. I guess I will have to bring a portable stove to class and come in early.
We'll be comparing jello with fresh pineapple and canned pineapple. And a plain one as a control of course. Strawberry, in case you're wondering. : )
I use Jello and gummy worms to make mock amber fossils with my class. I boil the water at home, mix in the Jello, then pour it into a big Thermos bottle. When we are ready to make the project, I add cold water to the Thermos. The Jello remains liquid until needed. If you don't have a big Thermos at this short notice, do you have a Crockpot or coffee maker to heat the water?