Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Marmalade"

Synonyms of "Marmalade" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre marmalade e jam ?
A: Jam is made from whole or cut up pieces of fruit with sugar.
Jelly is made from only the fruit juice and sugar.
Marmalade is preserves made with citrus—using the whole fruit, along with the rind.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre marmalade e marmelade ?
A: Marmalade is the correct British English spelling. Marmalade is the German word for jam
Q: Qual é a diferença entre marmalade e jam ?
A: Marmalade is a preserve made from a citrus fruit. For example orange marmalade. (picture below)

Jam is a sweet spread made from fruit and sugar boiled to a thick consistency.

e.g. Strawberry jam, raspberry jam etc.

Translations of "Marmalade"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? marmalade
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Other questions about "Marmalade"

Q: does (marmalade) mean (jam)?
A: We have to separate the process between Jam, Jelly, Marmalade. 

Marmalade is a preserved paste made from citrus fruit, especially bitter oranges, prepared like jam, but less sweet, more citrus and more chunky.

Jam is always made from the whole or cut fruits, cooked to a pulp with sugar, producing a thick, fruity, spread. 
Jam is layered onto toast, baked flour products or used as a base for tarts. Most often you see them being spread on ice cream to give it a fruity flavor.
Jelly is made using only the juice of the fruit and sugar. These are also spread like Jam, but Jelly has less chunks of fruit than Jam.

Another one is "Fruit Butter" which is similar to Jam but the chunks are very whole and only cooked until a paste form, but different from the other 3, it is only slightly sweetened, since there is a lot of sugars from the fruit already.

Q: is marmalade an obsolete word?
is jam the most common one?
A: Marmalade is a very common word. It's a form of conserve made from citrus fruits (usually oranges) and is very popular in the UK. Jam is the same, but made from non-citrus fruits, for example, strawberries.

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