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How We Make Our Maraschino Cherry Creams From Starch To Finish

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🕒 Timestamps
00:00 Goodbye Max
00:49 Teaser
1:00 choppin’ it up
2:15 putting the kettle together
4:48 scooping cream out of the beater
8:22 starch casting
9:59 flavoring the batch
11:49 dropping cream
16:30 taking the creams out of the mold
22:28 enrobing
32:07 taste test
34:11 outro
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