#1
do you like it?

i do
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#2
I've never had it

"taffy" sounds like an adjective made up by Douglas Admans

is it salty
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#3
Its okay. Hurts my jaw after a while though
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#4
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Its okay. Hurts my jaw after a while though

I'm starting to think 'salt water taffy' is something to do with oral.
#5
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I'm starting to think 'salt water taffy' is something to do with oral.


Well you do put it in your mouth...
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#6
salt water taffy is great
theres a candy store close to where I will be living that has a giant section dedicated to taffy (;

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#7
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I've never had it

"taffy" sounds like an adjective made up by Douglas Admans

is it salty


Douglas Admans.
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#8
Douglas

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#9
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I've never had it

"taffy" sounds like an adjective made up by Douglas Admans

is it salty


It's sweet and chewy. I'm kind of meh on it.
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#10
YES! Especially when you go in those little shops that make it in-house and you get it fresh!
#11
I love it and it's been far too long since I last had it
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#14
All taffy is good.
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#15
If it's some good stuff yeah, usually I'll get some from a stand it's being made at.

I prefer laffy taffy if I'm buying a major brand.
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#16
I like a bit from time to time, especially if you can go to an old fashioned candy company that makes it fresh. While it does contain both salt and water it does not contain saltwater (seawater) go figure.
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#17
can't say I've ever tried it
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#19
reminds me of trips to Estes Park CO. not sure why it was such a big deal when we went there, but it was
#20
I like taffy and just ordered some because of this thread
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I hit 'em and they stay down
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#22
Toffee is a different thing entirely.
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#23
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Why don't you yanks just call it toffee like normal people


Yup because they are the exact same thing, Normal indeed!
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#25
The pier in Santa Cruz, California
There is one particular store that sells this kick ass salt water taffy.
Been years since I have been there, but last time I went, I bought like 5lbs of the stuff.
#26
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You assholes did this. You have absolutely no moral authority when it comes to food.
#27
Taffy: Taffy is made by stretching or pulling a sticky mass of boiled sugar, butter or vegetable oil, flavorings, and coloring until it becomes aerated (meaning that tiny air bubbles are produced, resulting in a light, fluffy and chewy candy. When this process is complete, the taffy is rolled, cut into small colored pieces and wrapped in wax paper to keep it soft.

Toffee: The process of making toffee requires the boiling of ingredients (sugar & butter mostly) until the mix is stiff enough to be pulled into a shape which holds and has a glossy surface. The resulting mixture will typically be poured into a shallow tray and allowed to cool to form a slab…often sticky to a hard, brittle material. A brown color, and smoky taste, is imparted to the toffee by the caramelization of the sugars.

It's basically just soft toffee. Hardly a 'different thing entirely'.
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#28
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You assholes did this. You have absolutely no moral authority when it comes to food.

Oh wow, I forgot you could get 8 oz of cheese in a can, I wonder if you can get high off it like whip-its.
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#29
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Oh wow, I forgot you could get 8 oz of cheese in a can, I wonder if you can get high off it like whip-its.


It kept hiding my text, I'll try resizing?

i think i tried it once with my friends when i was 15.

didn't work.

ended up using it to draw a giant cheese dick in the middle of the road.

i mean, were we supposed to eat it?
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#30
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Taffy: Taffy is made by stretching or pulling a sticky mass of boiled sugar, butter or vegetable oil, flavorings, and coloring until it becomes aerated (meaning that tiny air bubbles are produced, resulting in a light, fluffy and chewy candy. When this process is complete, the taffy is rolled, cut into small colored pieces and wrapped in wax paper to keep it soft.

Toffee: The process of making toffee requires the boiling of ingredients (sugar & butter mostly) until the mix is stiff enough to be pulled into a shape which holds and has a glossy surface. The resulting mixture will typically be poured into a shallow tray and allowed to cool to form a slab…often sticky to a hard, brittle material. A brown color, and smoky taste, is imparted to the toffee by the caramelization of the sugars.

It's basically just soft toffee. Hardly a 'different thing entirely'.


But they don't even remotely taste the same, although soft toffee sounds good AF!
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#31
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You assholes did this. You have absolutely no moral authority when it comes to food.


Cheese in a can not our best effort for sure. TBH it is great when someone passes out drunk at a party and you squirt a big glob of it in their mouth!
"A well-wound coil is a well-wound coil regardless if it's wound with professional equipment, or if somebody's great-grandmother winds it to an old French recipe with Napoleon's modified coffee grinder and chops off the wire after a mile with an antique guillotine!"
- Bill Lawrence

Come and be with me
Live my twisted dream
Pro devoted pledge
Time for primal concrete sledge

Last edited by Evilnine at Jun 29, 2016,
#32
Quote by matt bickerton
Taffy: Taffy is made by stretching or pulling a sticky mass of boiled sugar, butter or vegetable oil, flavorings, and coloring until it becomes aerated (meaning that tiny air bubbles are produced, resulting in a light, fluffy and chewy candy. When this process is complete, the taffy is rolled, cut into small colored pieces and wrapped in wax paper to keep it soft.

Toffee: The process of making toffee requires the boiling of ingredients (sugar & butter mostly) until the mix is stiff enough to be pulled into a shape which holds and has a glossy surface. The resulting mixture will typically be poured into a shallow tray and allowed to cool to form a slab…often sticky to a hard, brittle material. A brown color, and smoky taste, is imparted to the toffee by the caramelization of the sugars.

It's basically just soft toffee. Hardly a 'different thing entirely'.


it tastes completely different
#34
taffy is not like starburst at all
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#35
well it's db's word against yours so

it's basically like starburst
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#37
i mean maybe taffy could be like starburst if it sat around in a drawer for 10 years.

generally never that fruity tho.

closest other sweet i could compare it to is probably nougat, but not as soft.

i guess.
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#38
Cheese in a can is a cardinal sin
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