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  1. Stainless steel but be aware that the temperature will be much different than if you were using the cast iron. the stainless steel will heat up faster and not retain the heat as long as the cast iron. Just make sure you keep a close eye on your candy thermometer.

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 22/04/2014

  2. I hope this link helps:,,5673,00.html

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 03/08/2008

  3. If you go to this link you will find that "Brittney" is selling some: Seems like she did it again... ;p

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 02/06/2010

  4. All materials have their own melting points. Ice melts at 32 degrees F, where steel melts at 700+. Chocolate and toffee have different melting points.

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 20/09/2011

  5. ... 3 times sticking his hand in to grab those toffee bars out of the vat, on his way from cleaning the toilets...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 11/09/2008

  6. ...p2776/Marks-and-Spencer-Double-Devon-Butter-Toffee-250g/product_info.html Hope it helps! Dave

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 19/12/2008

  7. Contact Starbucks for an accurate answer. My guess is if it is called NUT syrup I would not take a chance. Even if there are no nuts they might use a nut extract for flavoring and if you are highly allergic it...

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 13/03/2014

  8. No probably not, lots of unhealthy sugars covering the popcorn. Your best bet for healthiest pop corn is to get the 100 calorie packs, you'd be surprised at how much popcorn they pack into that small little bag!

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 18/08/2012

  9. c rations....would that be anything like mre's? and if so, would the toffee be the keep er in or the let er rip?

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 16/01/2008

  10. ... has the full nutrition facts. If you research the ...

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 17/02/2009

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