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(YouTube) Video How to make your own marshmallows. It s'more easy than you know   ( ) divider line
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America's Test Kitchen DIY Marshmallows

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Learn how to make marshmallows from scratch with the Test Kitchen's Louise Emerick, senior editor on the books team. Your s'mores and snacks will never be the same.

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