Learn how to keep fudge fresh and extend its shelf life.
If you’re reworking large amounts of fudge or flavored fudge, please see the Fudge Manual for more information.
VIDEO CREDITS: Karla Bayon, Calico's Fudge Maker shares her fudge making secrets.
Each morning, trim off any dry edges from your fudge and set it aside.
Add these pieces to a new batch of fudge during the last 20 minutes of the kettle’s cycle.
You can add vanilla into chocolate and chocolate into chocolate, but don’t add chocolate into vanilla or you’ll end up with discolored fudge.
Most people don’t realize that although fudge is delicious when freshly made, it can actually be frozen for up to a year without losing any of its flavor!
Make sure your fudge looks good every time you remove it from the pan.
Selling fudge awareness ribbons – whether at retail or for fundraising -- is a wonderful and unique way to combine a delicious product that everyone loves with charitable giving.
– Lynn Petty, Martha Jane’s Fudge & Gifts
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