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|Alternative names||Jube, Ju Ju Drop|
|Cookbook: Jujube Media: Jujube|
A recipe for "pate de jujubes" was published in 1709. The recipe called for gum arabic, sugar, and the date-like jujube fruit. In 1853, both "ju ju paste" and "ju ju drops" were sold by confectioners.. Later, recipes used various flavorings instead of jujube fruits.