In the 19th century, pharmacists from France used the Marsh Mallow juice to make hardened medicinal candy. It was originally used to soothe children's sore throat. Confectioners later figured out that the Marsh Mallow juice could be replaced with gelatin instead to make dessert. The marshmallow candy you see today is made with corn syrup, sugar, cornstarch and gelatin.
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