Growing up, my mom often made pudding, using My-T-Fine powdered mix -- add milk, boil on the stove, eat some of it when it's nice and hot, refrigerate the rest for later. Better than the packaged already-made stuff in the refrigerator section of the supermarket (although that's OK if you want pudding in a hurry), and much better than the already-made non-refrigerated stuff (Hunt's Pudding? Awful.). Anyway, I was in the supermarket the other day and had a craving for pudding... apparently My-T-Fine doesn't exist on the West Coast, or at least not in the Von's Supermarket I was in... so I bought some Jell-O pudding mix. First of all, what's the deal with instant pudding mix, where you don't even need to heat anything up? According to the ingredients on the back, it's basically some sodium compound that does the trick there, but adds a ton of sodium to the pudding... so I went with the Jell-O cook on the stove kind. Just made it. And My-T-Fine puts this product to shame, seriously. This is some really lackluster pudding. I don't know what the ingredient difference is, because the powder looks pretty much the same, but My-T-Fine is Mighty Fine indeed, and this Jell-O stuff is just OK. So if you have only eaten Jell-O pudding, I urge you to seek out My-T-Fine instead. You will be justly rewarded.