Where are the ingredients found for rock candy?

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What is the difference between rock candy and hard candy?

well first of all rock candy is supposed to look like a rock (duh!) hard candy is usually made of different ingredients than rock candy all candy is made different but really there is no difference i just found out there are certain things to make rock candy rock candy is made over time meaning you have to wait a few weeks if you make it yourself but hard candy like jolly ranchers are kinda baked if that's what you could call it

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The primary, and only necessary, ingredient in Rock Candy is sugar. Rock candy is made with sugar is dissolved into warmed water, forming a syrup. Usually something like a popsicle stick is partially submerged in the solution, and over a period of time (a week?) sugar crystals will start to form and collect on the stick, forming rock candy. People add optional coloring and flavoring to improve the final product. That's pretty much it, there are many "How to make rock candy" videos and pages on the net.