How Does A Cotton Candy Machine Works?


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Cotton candy is rather very simple to make. You find that first the sugar is melted such that it becomes a liquid, and it is then spun on this cotton candy machine. Essentially the machine actually forces the liquid to go through these tiny holes that not only shape but also cool the liquid sugar.

After this cools, the sugar once again gets into a solid state. The very centre of this cotton candy machine is packed with numerous tiny threads that are then collected and given to you on a stick.

As per the Dictionary of American Food and Drink, cotton candy first came onto the scene in the year 1900 where it was found at the Ringling Bros. Circus. Thomas Patton was the one who obtained a patent for this popular cotton candy machine in the same year.

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