CDN DCT450 Digital Candy Thermometer
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Jenny Adamson

CDN DCT450 Digital Candy Thermometer Review

One of the kitchen tools I use most when making candy is the candy thermometer. I’ve received some questions on what I use so I’ll just post it here to address all the inquiries and also give some info on this product at the same time.

So, I’ll give you my CDN DCT450 digital candy thermometer review first, then we’ll take a look at some general details.

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