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Weird request! direction on making instant jello


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I need the direction on how to make instant pudding, the jello brand. I am in Japan right now and on the trip over my suitcase had an accident and some of the stuf got ruined. The boxes that tell the direction got wet and pretty much fell apart, so now i don`t have the directions on how to make it. I need to know because i am making dinner for my host family and i would rather not make it wrong.

So, PLEASE is someone could post the direction that would be great!!!! I really need it!!

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I need the directions for vinilla and chocolate, the 4 serving size.

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OK, whatever floats your boat! I am being serious, and i did try to find it on google and all i get is recipies that include pudding mix but don`t give me the directions on how to make the pudding. All i want to do is make instant pudding not, for example, chocolate coffee and carmel pudding.

I realized it sounded stupid when i posted but i thought i might get some help

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Best I could find since I don't have a box available.. It looks like you add two cups of milk, then mix and chill.

http://www.kraftfoods.com/main.aspx?...ecipe_id=75639
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Thank you very much Harryc. I looked all around and could not find that. I obviously was not looking in the right spot.

I actually just finished making dinner for my host family and they seemed to like it. My host brother and his father really liked the mac and cheese i made. Evidently it is hard to find in japan.

Again, thanks for the help!
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Thank you very much Harryc. I looked all around and could not find that. I obviously was not looking in the right spot.

I actually just finished making dinner for my host family and they seemed to like it. My host brother and his father really liked the mac and cheese i made. Evidently it is hard to find in japan.

Again, thanks for the help!
You bet, good luck with your new family.
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I am glad, you were able to get a solution to your question.

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You bet, good luck with your new family.
yeah good luck !

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I actually just finished making dinner for my host family and they seemed to like it. My host brother and his father really liked the mac and cheese i made. Evidently it is hard to find in japan.
Some American foods are hard to find in Japan.... but you should totally try some of their stuff !

Just to let you know, that there are McDonald's on almost every street corner !
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oooh jello..
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WOW!!! this is the best thread ever. i wonder why i waited so long ta post on it. thanks mac-forums for teaching me how ta make pudding. i coulnt have done it without ya. you are the best :cool:
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wow this is the weirdest post I've ever come by. Can I have some of that jello?
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Can I have some now?
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