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Cultural VariancePlay
Confection varieties change with cultures; what is considered a confection in one country may not be in another. SlideMochi is a popular confection in Japan, while chocolate fudge is a classic American sweet.
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Not Always BakedPlay
'Confection' often implies baked goods but can also refer to sweets like candies that aren't baked. SlideGummy bears are a type of confection that's shaped in molds, not baked.
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Casual ContextPlay
Use 'confection' in casual settings, like describing goodies at a bakery or discussing desserts. SlideThe party had a table filled with delicious confections for all to enjoy.