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Types of Jam

Name the most popular types of jam, jelly, marmalade and preserves according to the number of Google search results.
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Last updated: October 27, 2013
First submittedOctober 27, 2013
Times taken30,946
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# Results
Jam
3,514,000
Strawberry
2,296,000
Orange
1,765,000
Raspberry
1,559,000
Grape
1,325,000
Apple
1,284,000
Apricot
# Results
Jam
1,169,000
Blackberry
994,000
Peach
953,000
Cherry
711,000
Blueberry
689,000
Onion
679,000
Plum
# Results
Jam
641,000
Fig
454,000
Mango
440,000
Guava
413,000
Currant
406,000
Bacon
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level 73
Dec 11, 2013
Onion? Barf!
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level 57
Jun 16, 2014
Onion jam is delicious. I used it recently on puffed pastry with smoked brisket.
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level 39
Mar 27, 2017
😬
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level 67
Sep 27, 2017
Oh. Okay.
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level 73
Jul 18, 2018
More like relish then.
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level 34
Jun 25, 2016
Couldn't agree more, sounds revolting.
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level 75
Nov 25, 2017
Nah it's well nice, caramelised onion 👍
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level 56
Jun 12, 2017
:-(
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level 69
Jul 23, 2017
Onion jam. From the people who brought you mackerel jelly and raccoon marmalade. What's next, mushroom ice cream? (okay, nearly made myself gag with that last one)
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level 67
Dec 17, 2017
Anchovy and vanilla ice cream is great!
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level 80
Dec 18, 2013
Bacon. How American.
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level 77
Dec 18, 2013
My Iranian friend makes his own homemade bacon ice cream... uses bacon grease instead of the fatty cream and maple syrum instead of sugar. Throws in some bits of bacon when it's almost done. Sounds revolting but is actually quite good.
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level 73
Dec 18, 2013
so the dude isnt an abiding muslim?
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level 86
Dec 18, 2017
It's even better if you add bourbon. mmmmm...
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level 44
Aug 18, 2018
Let's assume it was Turkey Bacon.
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level 71
Mar 26, 2014
Lol, I was thinking the exact same thing.
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level 77
Dec 18, 2013
I got 754,000 hits for "black currant jelly," 3.2 million for kiwi, 13 million for lime. Never heard of Bacon or Onion jelly.. I did guess Jalapeno, though.
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level ∞
Dec 18, 2013
You have to put your search in quotes.
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level 77
Dec 18, 2013
Is currant jelly different from black currant jelly? I'm not actually sure what a currant is I just know I've had the latter in my refrigerator before.
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level 44
Aug 8, 2014
Currants can be black, red or white. Most often though the jelly will indicate. To account for all you would have to do separate searches for black currant, blackcurrant, red currant, redcurrant, and so on, and add the totals. The different currants are different species so I would say that's like combining blackberry and raspberry for one answer.
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level 76
Oct 29, 2014
I tried gooseberry jam and gooseberry jelly, (578,000 and 434,000 hits, respectively.) Gooseberries are a first cousin of the currant, but I didn't even think to try currant. BTW, I made 63 jars of gooseberry jam this spring. Surely that should have boosted the stats. ;-)
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level 51
Feb 5, 2017
Oh Damn, I used to love kiwi jam
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level 70
Dec 18, 2013
Interesting, but I'm not sure how Google search results is a credible measurement. This quiz was making me hungry until I gave up and saw onion and bacon.
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level ∞
Dec 18, 2013
Is there a more credible measurement? For some things, yes. For this - probably not.
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level 44
Aug 8, 2014
http://www.jelly.org/bodystats.html
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level 49
Dec 18, 2013
I'm astonished that onion jelly and bacon jelly are more popular than jalapeño jelly.
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level 59
Dec 18, 2013
Boysenberry didn't even make the list? Some people don't know what there missing.
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level 79
Dec 18, 2013
I agree with the others, I'm surprised jalapeno jelly didn't make the list. I also tried mint jelly and mixed fruit.
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level 67
Dec 18, 2013
Mayhaw jelly only has 17k hits. Boo.
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level 48
Dec 19, 2013
The snozberries taste like snozberries
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level 50
Jun 20, 2014
I am licking the wall!
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level 48
Oct 7, 2014
Snozberry? Who ever heard of a snozberry?
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level 43
Dec 21, 2013
Since when is bacon jam a real thing?
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level 73
Jul 18, 2018
In a perfect world, forever.
+3
level 83
Jan 20, 2014
I've just come up with a new plan. A plan for jam. A jam plan.
+3
level 24
Jun 25, 2014
A plan to get over my man
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level 59
Nov 10, 2017
I still miss my man, but my aim is getting better.
+1
level 46
Apr 28, 2014
Her in Finland cranberry, cloudberry and lingonberry are common.
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level 67
Dec 17, 2017
They are fairly Posh here in Australia.
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level 44
Aug 8, 2014
Mango jam. I never knew. Where is pepper?!
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level 79
Feb 12, 2019
as in chutney right?
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level 21
Sep 20, 2014
How come "Space Jam" isn't on here? ;)
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level 48
Oct 7, 2014
This guy...
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level 80
Nov 12, 2014
And "Pearl".
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level 42
Jan 8, 2015
Space Jam has 90,000,000 results #justsayin
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level 58
Jan 24, 2016
#wrongwebsite
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level 67
Aug 2, 2015
Never heard of Onion Jam or Bacon Jam, but I'm a big fan of both when fried with egg and toast and a pot of strong tea.
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level 39
Sep 17, 2015
Am I the only one to try Vodka?
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level 76
Jan 8, 2016
I've made wine jelly before. I didn't like it, but I've made it.
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level 58
Jan 24, 2016
This might be a UK thing, but isn't orange jam just marmalade? And onion jam just chutney?
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level 63
Apr 13, 2016
Marmalade is usually orange flavour, but you can have other citrus fruits in it. As the description says, the point is to guess to particular flavour of the various jams, jellies, marmalades and preserves. It doesn't say they're all called jam. Chutney can be various flavours too - mango chutney being a famous example.
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level 63
Apr 13, 2016
This quiz seems possibly inaccurate. There are too many things that could go at the end of the flavours. How is cranberry not on here? Cranberry sauce (eaten with roast turkey especially) is extremely popular, at least in the UK. Also, "blackcurrant" should be accepted for "currant" (as the main type of currant jam). And "bramble" should be accepted and taken into account for "blackberry".
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level 76
May 23, 2017
In the US, jellied cranberries are not the same thing as cranberry jelly. Here, jelly refers to adding pectin and sugar to fruit juice and cooking until clear and thickened. Jam refers to mashing the whole fruits and cooking with sugar until thickened, and preserves are pieces of fruit (not mashed) cooked with sugar until clear and thickened. Marmalade is made with citrus fruits. We also have butters (apple butter is the favorite) made by pureeing the fruits, adding sugar, and cooking for hours until dark and sweet.
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level 45
Apr 22, 2016
who would eat bacon and onion jelly
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level 67
Dec 17, 2017
Me on toast.
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level 73
Sep 20, 2019
What about when you're not on toast?
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level 36
Aug 9, 2016
no pineapple!!!!
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level 17
Nov 9, 2016
`Onion Jam sounds Repulsive
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level 46
Dec 18, 2017
On toast or croissant for breakfast it would probably be gross, but on a hamburger or savory dish you might like it.
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level 39
Mar 27, 2017
I can't stand onion jam. It's HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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level 56
Sep 27, 2017
ONION ?? :-(
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level 56
Sep 27, 2017
ONION?!?!?!, DISGUSTING!!!
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level 67
Dec 17, 2017
If you think that Onion is disgusting you should see what some Asian people try to bring into Australia in their luggage at the Airport.
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level 49
Dec 18, 2017
Maybe you should imagine that onion Jelly is not supposed to be put on pancakes like other jellies, but with foie gras or other meat it is actually excellent :)
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level 67
Nov 11, 2017
Aw, no mint jelly? It's only 339,000 hits, but that's close! It would even out the three columns!
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level 73
Dec 18, 2017
No snozzberry?
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level 64
Mar 21, 2018
Had to type 'Pearl' just to get it out of my head so I could think.
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level 45
Aug 4, 2018
I feel like redcurrant or blackcurrant should work for currant
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level 66
Sep 20, 2018
Bacon wtf?
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level 66
Oct 25, 2018
How many were looking for toe jam while doing this quiz? Hehehehe!
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level 67
Oct 25, 2018
You've missed the two best jams in the World - blackcurrant and damson.
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level 28
Nov 5, 2018
I tried black currant and red currant but I didn't try just currant >.
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level 61
Dec 16, 2018
bacon jam...right..
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level 76
Nov 8, 2019
I'm actually surprised Onion and Bacon made the list, but Pineapple somehow didn't.
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