Taffy Pulling Machine?

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A taffy pulling machine is used for processing saltwater taffy into manageable edible forms. What it does is stretch the candy and fold it over repeatedly, making it lighter and more chewable. Taffy is made with corn syrup, glycerin, and butter, but not saltwater, as the name suggests. The 'saltwater' prefix is due mostly to the region in which it was invented. It is said that the candy and the first taffy pulling machine was invented in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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