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Once cooled, put them in a sealable container. Add two or three tablespoons of cornstarch (or more, as needed) and put the lid on and shake until each gummy is lightly coated and then remove. Another option would be if the citric acid is a powder then mix some cornstarch with it and then coat your gummy. Another option if you make sweet gummy's is to mix ...
Puffed Rice treats can be stored at room temperature in air tight containment (zip-top bag with no air in it), for 1 to 2 days without any ill effect. They keep longer than they last, if you get my drift.
You can refrigerate them. They turn to bricks, but if take them out of the fridge an hour before eating, they go back to a normal texture. They haven't lasted more than two days for me so I don't know how they will be for longer than that.
Hard candy if kept dry and within a reasonable amount of years should stay good. I'm not saying that you should re-give old candy as in butterfingers or hershy chocolate. It might get crumby and taste foul so before you give it to kids and their parents say you poisoned it and you get arrested for drugging the candy i'd buy new non gone bad candy.
Having made the same mistake I will try and answer best I can. Use to melt chocolate in a steam jacked copper pot. With a mechanical stirrer, witch stirred a 1 rev a second. It happened once that the chocolate seamed to created a layer of oil on top. I then saw a fault on the steam pot valve that to much steam came trough so making the chocolate too hot. ...
Here is a rolling cutter. its an effective way of cutting the peanut brittle. I also agree you have to cut it while its still warmish. This is how I would do it: bring the brittle to flat table. Add into steel frame, Roll the brittle out, with rolling pin. Until the level is even with the height of the steel frame. Remove steel frame and cut with rolling ...
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