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Edible Luster Dust

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Hi everyone!

 

I want to start working with luster, and pearl dusts for my cakes. I use them but on tiny pieces like flowers. I read that Crystal Colors offer luster dusts that are edible. Has anyone used these? I saw they are labeled as Food color or something like that, so I was also wondering if it can be used in place of luster dust.

 

I don't want to cover a cake with dust only to find out it is only non-toxic. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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http://cakejournal.com/tools/crystal-colors-review/

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"I can do that, because this is my sandbox and I've got the bullsh*% shovel." ~Dianne Sylvan, Author and Lunatic
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Thank you for the link. It was very helpful and made up my mind.

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