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post #46 of 70
I use featherweights for the majority of my decorating and only use disposable bags for small amounts of color, etc.
post #47 of 70
I use feathweights and disposable but the disposable are my favorit- I HATE cleaning frosting off! Maybe one day I can hire an assistant to just wash bags, tips, and spatulas! LOL!
post #48 of 70
I use disposable.
post #49 of 70
I only use the disposable ones and the parchment triangles mostly for decorations using small amounts of icing in different colors. I used the vinyl ones a couple of times only, but couldn't get them clean enough.
Emi
post #50 of 70
I use the saran wrap method w/disposables. Haven't had to buy bags for awhile. Yea!!
post #51 of 70
I use disposables ones. I'm going to try out the kee-seal, just printed out the form for the free samples.
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post #52 of 70
I either use parchment or the plastic bags. I quit using featherweight bags a long time ago!
Stefanie
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post #53 of 70
I use one featherweight.....the big one with my icing tip to ice cakes........all the rest of the time I use the disposable!! I'm lazy and hate having EVEN MORE stuff to clean when I get done destroying my kitchen.........I mean......making a cake!
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post #54 of 70
Lately I'm using the plastic disposable bags a lot. If I need small amounts of one color, I use parchment with no coupler. I have the 16 inch featherweight with the icer tip, which I only use half the time anyway (like icing by hand better.) icon_smile.gif
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post #55 of 70
I use a 24" heavy weight for icing cupcakes and cakes, lightweights for when I use the same color, but need to change tips. The disposables for general decorating, and the parchments for small amouts of icing.
post #56 of 70
Featherweights for buttercream, and disposables for royal - I wouldn't want to risk any greasy residue in the featherweight bags ruining my royal icing! For small amount (for FBCTs and the like), I use parchment without a tip - they can just be tossed when finished!
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post #57 of 70
Parchement... and featherweight for the icer tip.
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post #58 of 70
I use disposable and re-use them 2-3 more time before they tear. I started off with vinyl but don't like the staining. icon_confused.gif
post #59 of 70
I use Wilton's disposible bags and re-use them about 2 or 3 times.... I once bought pastry bags from ebay... for savings.... but they just weren't stirdy enough they couldn't handle stiff constitency....
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post #60 of 70
I buy a pony roll of parchment (12" x 700 feet) ~$40. It lasts forever. I don't cut into a triangle, I use a rectangle and it is really strong. Not to mention NO CLEANING!!! I hate disposable because they are slick. If I need a big bag I use a 16" Ateco canvas pastry bag. The featherweights blow out and make me really mad. (I guess I'm too strong for my own good! Sheera!)
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