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Gritty Fudge

I have read many of the posts, but have a few questions. Mine seems fine until I remove it from the heat and add the chocolate chips. Suddenly it becomes sandy/gritty and I have to try and save it. This happened even with adding cream of tartar right before removing from heat. Am I adding the tartar too late? And should I not be stirring it constantly from the get-go?

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By tmcollette from OR

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February 8, 20150 found this helpful

Found this amusing site "the big bake theory" All Things Sweet-the science of fudge, for your fudgie problem:

bigbaketheory.com/.../

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December 17, 20180 found this helpful

I detest too smooth/soft fudge, so I use only cocoa recipe because I like it best, then fantasy fudge for peanut butter flavor. On the boil over problem, I lay the wooden spoon across the top of the pan.

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