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Whiter MMF

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I much prefer the flavor of MMF to that of storebought fondant, but I am wondering why when I make it, it is not as white as the storebought. It isn't dirty, I am very careful. It comes out of the mixer bright white, but when I knead it, adding in powdered sugar and crisco, it looses its brightness. Is there a way to make it whiter again or keep it white? I suspect it is from the crisco maybe warming up or changing as I knead it. Should I just airbrush it white? Would britewhite in the mmf fix it?
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post #2 of 4
Wilton makes a bottle of whitener, perhaps you could add some of that to iticon_smile.gifBest of luck!!!
post #3 of 4
Wilton's Icing white works great on cookie glaze and icings but I've never tried it on fondant. I'm not sure if the fondant would dry correctly.
FINALLY...I got a few cakes uploaded. Feel free to critique...more coming.
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FINALLY...I got a few cakes uploaded. Feel free to critique...more coming.
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post #4 of 4
The longer you knead the MMF, the whiter it gets icon_biggrin.gif
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