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Actually the recipe does call for marshmallow creme, in addition to evaporated milk, granulated white sugar and peanut butter. Additionally, something I forgot to mention before, the fudge sets up very fast, like when I am pouring it into the 8 x 8 pan to cool. Most of the time, when my dad pours it into the pan, it is like like cake batter, the top surface ...


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Fudge is technically a crystalline sugar candy so a true fudge should have have the feel of tiny sugar crystals when you bite into it, but it should not be grainy. Controlling the grain in fudge is a matter of controlling three things: the temperature that you cook your mixture to (the soft-ball stage you referred to), the way the mixture is cooled, and ...


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If you put them in a humid environment they'll absorb moisture. If you have a deep enough bowl with a lid, put a glass of water in the middle and surround the glass with the candies. Keep the lidded bowl in a room-temperature place for a few days where it won't be bumped (you don't want the water to spill...). Stir the candies a few times to keep the ...


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I think you may well be over thinking this just a little. Water boils at 100c at sea level, sugar raises this temperature to around 110c depending on sugar content. Specifically, adding 1 gram molecular weight of nonionizing solute (like sugar) to 1 liter of water increases the boiling point by 0.52 degree Celsius (C). 1 gram molecular weight ...



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