To store marshmallows, keep in airtight container, ie. glass jar, or put in an airtight bag or container and store in your freezer. When you take them out, they can be put directly into your hot chocolate cup or salad (allow a bit of time to thaw if you are eating your salad promply) or allow to thaw for other uses.
If marshmallows have become hard from being in the bag and not sealed air tight, place in an airtight container and add a slice of bread (not Italian, rye, flavored or French breads), seal the container and the marshmallows will again become soft, like your brown sugar softens with a piece of bread in the container.
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