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Old 09-22-2014, 05:26 AM   #11
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I would wrap the fudge in fairly large squares or blocks using cling film. Then place the blocks into a plastic shoe box or similar inexpensive container from the dollar store. Pack any loose corners in the container with crumpled wax paper, to insure a tight fit. Tape the container shut using clear movers/mailing tape, put it into a padded mailer, similar to those used for mailing books and toss it in the mail. Your son and his buddies can unwrap a block/candy bar as they need it and the others should stay fresh for several days in the refrigerator

If you want me to test this for you I will PM my address to you and we can start with some chocolate fudge or some brownies! I promise to work with you until we perfect the entire process!
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Old 09-22-2014, 07:13 AM   #12
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I had 3 nephews in the Military and overseas, I used pringle chip cans . I would put a baggie in the can - fill it then twist tie. they loved it as the cans we easy to store as they often didn't have a lot a space to store their items. Especially one of them was in a tank most of the time. The cans also fit nice in their backpacks. Works great for cookies to, they didn't break or get smashed.I would wrap the cans in gift wrap of all different type, so they would be cute to receive. I pack the cans into the Postal military shipping boxes. Bad thing about it I hate Pringles. Thank goodness for grandchildren
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