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post #16 of 23
I also make my own. It's like mcalhoun's. I got it from http://cakeworkscentral.com/tips-hints/aprils-handy-tips.htm.

I have never had any problems with it. It is thicker than Wilton's so I might try the recipe with equal parts.

Monica0271 - Did you put yours in a bowl or in a bottle? I'm thinking that if it's in a bowl and you dip in it with a pastry brush, it could possible have gotten contaminated. Just a thought.
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post #17 of 23
Steady- I put in in a bowl & AS SOON AS I mixed it together it stunk icon_redface.gifthumbsdown.gif . I threw it way. I did not even try to use it.
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post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by DelightsByE

Wondering if canola oil can be substituted for vegetable? Canola and EVOO is all we ever have in the house.



I use the Wesson Canola Oil, same thing I use with my cake mixes and never had a problem.

I can't remember it even having a smell, so any bad smell, espeically a extreme one, would leave me to think something in it was bad. Was your crisco old? I say try it agian and see. Make a small amount like 1/4 cup of everything so if it still smells to you, you aren't wasting much.
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post #19 of 23
I am so excited to try this - I'm glad I won't have to be buying any more Cake Release!
post #20 of 23
This is very cool! I am very glad you shared this with us. My mother had told me to use a paper towel to apply the crisco to the pan, then flour serarately but this seem so much easier icon_smile.gif I was wondering if you could but it in a spray bottle and spray it?
post #21 of 23
I know it works great in a squeeze bottle, but it's kinda thick to work in a spray bottle, it might clog the nozzle.
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post #22 of 23
Thanks m0use - you saved my spray bottle and my cake! lol
post #23 of 23
No problem! thumbs_up.gif
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