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(jello made in straws - and yes, there is such thing as organic jello)
 
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I suppose you must cut the straws to remove the jello?  It's an interesting idea that would go over well with pre-school day care lunches, IMO.
 
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I was thinking that you would put the straws in warm water for a moment. 
 
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I sent the link to a day care provider I know.  She likes doing fun things for/with her kids.  Maybe I'll get some feedback if she tries this.
 
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