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Can I use margarine or vegetable oil spreads when making fudge?

Can I use margarine or vegetable oil spreads when making fudge?
Submitted by BHGFood

Use only regular butter or 100% corn oil margarine in candies. Using spreads or substitutes can cause recipe failure since these products contain additional moisture or different fats.

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Butter is better, but i have used stick margarine -- never use spread/tub or the whipped stick; it will not set.
Submitted by khamlett
I've always used margarine instead of butter for my different fudge recipes that I make.I've not noticed a different they always set up which is good.this is a new one on me about butter.
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