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Mold (cooking implement)

late 19th and early 20th century food molds
A mold or mould is a container used in various techniques of food preparation to shape the finished dish. The term mold may also refer to a finished dish made in such a container (e.g. a jello mold).[1]

Molds can be used for a variety of foods

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