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A confection made from sugar heated to a high temperature. It was formerly called 'taffy' in Britain, and this name survives in the U.S.A. - although most American taffy is 'pulled', unlike our solid pieces. See our Recipe Section - 'Toffee'; 'Yellowman'

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