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Gummy soda

need~
one small bottle of soda...(any flavor will work)
5packs of unflavored gelatine 
bowl, tape, knife
First start by dumping the soda into a bowl, then cut a slit into the soda bottle and cover it was strong tape. This cut will help when removing the jello later.  Next mix the soda and jello packets together. I found it best to pour all jello in at once while mixing or do one pack at a time while mixing. Then pour it back into bottle. For it to set either put it in the fridge for few hours or freezer for about hour. It is better in the fridge. Once set just be careful and cut off the rest of the bottle. I will admit my kids loved to play with this but it did not taste good! Maybe different soda would taste better, unsure :(

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