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Sugar Water Large Pot Cotton String Skewer Stick, spoon or something that covers the span of your jar Jar
Fill your jar with water leaving some empty space at the top. Pour this water into a pot. Place the pot on the stove over medium heat. Heat ...
Tie a long piece of cotton* string to a spoon, fork, skewer, etc. Then, measure the height of your jar and trim the string to this length. You ...
My rock candy was left in the jar for too long... So, to salvage - I had to break my jar for the full effect. Wear safety glasses ...
By heating and agitating water while adding sugar, a saturated liquid is formed. As the syrup cools and evaporates, the fluid becomes super saturated - meaning the water ...
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