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Marshmallows are a delicious, fluffy staple of summer, campouts, and barbecues. Did you know that there isn't really much to them? It's true. The best way to see what really comprises a marshmallow is to put it to the Marshmallow Masher pressure test. You'll use the power of air to demonstrate what you're really eating when you roasting 'mallows this summer.
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