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Candy Candy and more candy
Transcript of Candy Candy and more candy
Candy, Candy, And More Candy!
Cotton Candy is made from pure sugar when they spin sugar out through tiny holes where it re-solidifies in minutely thin strands of sugar crystals
Invented in 1897 by William Morrison and John C. Wharton, candy makers from Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Chocolate could be in bars , drops or even lollipops etc;
The seeds of the cacao tree have a bitter taste and must be fermented to develop the sweet flavor.
After they take the bean out, they make it into a liquid, and add sugar, cocoa, and other ingredients and let it harden!
At first, lollipops aren't candies quite yet, they are just sticks
Next, hot, sugary liquid is spun to the stick
You must let them cool or else they will be too warm and sticky
And there you have it!
How Candy has changed
Did you know back then there was not a lot of sour candies?
Chocolate changed because in 2008 chocolate was made without cocoa butter
But now chocolate has cocoa butter again .
Cavemen made one of the first type of candy.
They would dry honey until it got a taffy like consistency.
Who made the first candy?
How candy has changed
Two secret slides
A video on making chocolate:
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Some people say that Egyptians were the first candy makers
In 2000 B.C they used candy to worship their gods and goddesses at ceremonies.
They also used honey to make candy but they added figs, nuts, dates and spices.
Other forms of candy were made in different parts of the world slowly but surely. This would have a big impact on china because of there confectionery habits.
To make new confections they sweeten all the favorites.