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Nothing completes a float trip like a gathering of family and friends roasting marshmallows together around a campfire. Kids and adults enjoy toasting their own marshmallows, whether it’s for s’mores or eating them alone, right off the stick. For safely and effectively roasted marshmallows, be sure to follow these basic tips.
First, choose your roasting stick. Many campers bring store-bought metal skewers from home, while others prefer to use sticks from trees. While metal skewers are more sanitary, sticks are an authentic, rustic alternative. However, for campers who are concerned about germs or have low immune systems metal skewers is the best choice. Tree sticks offer a slight flavor to marshmallows that you won’t get with metal skewers. If you prefer to use a stick, find a hardwood stick rather than an evergreen or resinous one. The last thing you want is sap seeping into your marshmallow.
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