sorry, what is jellysugar? Is it superfine?
@becral5945q: I'm sorry for my late reply, I just saw your comment today. jelly sugar, also known as jam sugar, is granulated sugar with natural pectin and citric added. It is a special sugar used to conserve fruits to make jams and marmelades. The pectin in the sugar binds water therefore making it into a kind of jelly. Do you know what I mean? I am not sure what name you use in the USA for this product? Hope you find it!