I can’t wait for the harvest.
It is a nice try, but I don’t think it will work – you have to plant Jellybeans in the fall, so that they will be ready for the Easter harvest.
I think you meant “safe with me” rather than “save with me”.
Real jelly beans are made by boiling up the jelyl centre (sugar, glucose, starch… maybe something else) which is then poured into molds made of starch. Those are then dried for like a day, separated and then steamed, coated in more sugar, and then mixed up with the colour mixture, which is melted sugar combined with food dye and flavouring. They then alternate between adding the colour mixture, and plain sugar, all while it’s being mixed around. After a day, they add in some hot syrup, then a bit of wax, in order to polish them up a bit, and after you let it air dry for another 24 hours, you get jelly beans.
So yes, now you know that to make jelly beans, you essentially add sugar to sugar in strange and interesting ways. And it’s a faster process than waiting for one to grow into a jelly bean plant, which takes months, and in some cases, years. And that’s assuming something doesn’t come along and eat it first.
Which is why we use a method that only takes a few days. And make a few million at a time.
I should keep track of how often I mix up “safe” and “save” and throw a party once I reach a million.
Look at all the stuff we learned about jellybeans today, you have to plant them in the fall and they might take years to grow. Also that stuff with the sugar, although that sounds hard to belive. Might be a myth. Sounds also like a recipe Ashley might have come up with, though.