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post #16 of 22
if we can keep homemade mmf for up to 2 months...how long can we keep store bought rolled fondant then?
post #17 of 22
i've heard of some folks keeping it nice and sealed and in th bucket it came in for even a year.. give or take, but dont quote me on it
i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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post #18 of 22
i have mine since summer and they still look good but i am wondering whether to still use it? how do you know if they have gone bad? will there be mold?
post #19 of 22
if there's mold its way bad lol. usually you can tell by smell and taste. anything made with sugar and crisco will give off a smell when it goes bad.
i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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post #20 of 22
Thread Starter 
Hey ladies I just wanted you to know that I posted pics of this 1st time attempt thomas the train cake. You can see how the fondant looks so soft and fresh. I will def' let it set the next time, and not in the freezericon_smile.gif gsj
post #21 of 22
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I have kept store bought fondant for over 6months before. You're going to need it a little longer to bring it back to life. And it's worth it. My homemade MMF I've kept that for 1 month and it's great. I hope this helps to.
post #22 of 22
if its hard to knead- just stick it in the microwave for say like 10 second intervals. works great at getting it soft enough to knead up
i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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