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How do inmates make taffy?

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I know they use jolly ranchers and marshmallow fluff. I think they melt the jolly ranchers about 5 in a microwave safe plastic bowl and then you take a large container of marshmallow fluff and mix it in with the melted jolly ranchers. Then you poor it on a nonstick surface to harden up. They used clean trashbags cut open laid out on the desks in the cell. when adding the fluff just add it gradually to make sure it dont get too thin. you want it to be pourable but thick. when it cools and the candy hardens it makes it stiff like taffy. hope that helps.

They also do popcorn balls the same way except you melt butterscotch disks a whole bag added to a lg container of fluff then mixed with a bag of popped kettle corn.

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