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dehydrating fondant

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I am making some big ( 3-5 inch long by 1/4 inch thick) purple coneflower petals out of MMF, and want to have them dry by Thursday or Friday at the latest. Can I put them in a food dehydrator or the oven to help them harden up faster? I am worried they might crack. Anyone ever tried it? Does it work?
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I put my items that I want to dry quickly in the oven with the light turned on but the oven is OFF. They dry surprising fast. I used this method to dry the leaves on my Sunflower cake.
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Myra
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Myra
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post #3 of 5
I have a food dehydrator that I bought for just the purpose and it works great
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Good to know KoryAK
Visit me at www.keeponcaking.com for tutorials and other cake stuff.
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Visit me at www.keeponcaking.com for tutorials and other cake stuff.
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[quote=Your sunflower cake is absolutely phenomenal! Wow!! icon_biggrin.gif[/quote]

Thank you.
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Myra
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Myra
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