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https://www.youtube.com/embed/EkrO7hFrpk4 Hi, my name is Justin. This is Brandon. Hi, my name is Ashley. Hi, my name is Ethan, and it’s time for Kitchen Adventures! Today we’re going to make 100 layers of Jello! Let’s get started to it. To do this we have 7 pans, and lots of boxes of Jello. Look at the mess we made! Now we’re going to pour it into our containers. Our Jello is set and we’re going to do the next layer. I’ve got purple, Ashley’s got orange, and Ethan’s got strawberry. Let’s go! (let’s go!) Hot! Yeah it’s hot. Hot! Yeah it’s hot Brandon! Hot! It’s…. you’re right it’s hot. This is how much Jello we used. By the way, this is not a sponsored video. But Jello, if you want to sponsor us We’d be very happy to. (Brandon: my turn) So let’s get building.Woohoo!! So here’s our one hundred layers…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/cCgKKelodwY Hi, I’m Aaron. Welcome to A.D. Keto! This is the place where every week, I talk to you about the ketogenic diet, and today we’re starting a recipe series that I’m going to call #ILIKETOEAT. Today we’re keeping it as simple as humanly possible, starting from the very, very, most basic recipe I could think of: sugar-free Jell-o. What you’re going to need are a few very simple things: a saucepan (one that’s capable of holding two cups of water), you’re going to need a liquid measuring cup, a bowl in which the Jell-O will eventually rest, a fork (yes, a fork) and a packet of your favorite flavor of sugar-free Jell-o. Today we’re doing LEMON. First things first: We’re going to take your liquid measuring cup, fill it up to the one cup mark and start it to boil. Then immediately take your liquid measuring cup again, fill…