3. Add the butter and stir.
4. Pour the mixture onto a greased flat pan and fold over the edges with a spatula to keep them from hardening.
5. Let candy cool until it can be handled with your hands. Brush it with lemon juice.
6. Take a lump of taffy and pull and stretch it until it is light and slightly firm. The longer the candy is pulled the more air it will have and the better it will taste.
7. Cut the pulled taffy with scissors into bite-sized pieces. When completely cool , wrap in waxed paper or colored plastic wrap.
Serves 45 candies
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