1. Juice the fruit using a juicer. If you don?t have a juicer, you can alsouse a blender or food processor and then strain the pulp through a fine-meshstrainer.
2. Mix the gelatin into 1/2 cup of the fruit juice in a small saucepan onlow heat. Stir or whisk until completely blended and no evidence of powderremains.
3. Let cool.
4. In a mixing bowl, blend together the gelatin-juice mixture with the restof the fruit juice.
5. Pour into a glass baking pan or jello mold.
6. Cover with plastic wrap and put in the fridge for several hours untilset.
7. When set, carefully unmold or cut into cubes.
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