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Fudge is a type of confection. It is traditionally made by heating a mixture of sugar, butter, and milk to the soft ball stage, before beating the mixture as it cools. This beating encourages the formation of specific crystals that give it a smooth and creamy texture. Sometimes the term "fudge" is used to describe a ganache-like confection made with chocolate and sweetened condensed milk, though this is not technically a true fudge.

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Traditional Fudges[edit | edit source]

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