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I have silly question.  After I make my fudge & cool for a couple of hrs in fridge, how do I pack in several layers without it sticking together? I want to give it as a gift.
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Fudge packing

posted at 12/24/2010 4:57 PM EST
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I have silly question.  After I make my fudge & cool for a couple of hrs in fridge, how do I pack in several layers without it sticking together? I want to give it as a gift.

Re: Fudge packing

posted at 12/24/2010 5:23 PM EST
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In Response to Fudge packing:
I have silly question.  After I make my fudge & cool for a couple of hrs in fridge, how do I pack in several layers without it sticking together? I want to give it as a gift.
Posted by Nancy J

No question is silly, except the one you don't ask.
If you have parchment paper put a piece of parchment between each layer.  If you don't have parchment waxed paper or plastic wrap would work as well. Aluminum foil would also work.

Re: Fudge packing

posted at 12/24/2010 5:26 PM EST
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If I were packing  it in a box or tin I would separate the layers with cut-to-fit waxed paper or parchment.  That's easy and fast - both work like a charm.

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