Learn to make universally popular flavors such as chocolate and peanut butter.
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Both keep well in the freezer, as long as you put the closed boxes into a heavy, sealed plastic bag. If the boxes don’t have their original shrink-wrapping, first wrap the slabs in foil, put into the sealed, plastic bag and then into the freezer. When you are ready to defrost, leave the sealed bags at room temperature for one day and then open.
Probably the biggest mistake I ever made in business was not making my own fudge sooner. I wish I started with Calico when I opened my business in 1988.
– Mike Helfand, Gourmet Galley Marketplace
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