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You can order them on her website. Or sometimes you can find them (or similar brands) at a local cake supply store if you don't want to risk the chocolate being melted during shipping in this heat.

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post #47 of 49
Ty I'll have to check that out.
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Originally Posted by sixinarow View Post

You can order them on her website. Or sometimes you can find them (or similar brands) at a local cake supply store if you don't want to risk the chocolate being melted during shipping in this heat.
post #48 of 49

wow!

post #49 of 49

I did research last night as I also want to try this Modeling choc. thing...but I always read, and READ before I do anything....I hope this helps, has a chart on measuring for different textures and all...And how to fix your chocolate if you have a problem. Says its easy. 

 

 

http://www.cakepaperparty.com/2014/03/make-modeling-chocolate-make/

 

 

 

http://www.cakepaperparty.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Modeling-Chocolate-Ingredient-Quantities.pdf

Dede Wilson (cake decorator) I dont want people to look at my cakes and say: It's to pretty to eat. I want them to look at them as dessert and want to eat them. .
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Dede Wilson (cake decorator) I dont want people to look at my cakes and say: It's to pretty to eat. I want them to look at them as dessert and want to eat them. .
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