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Yeah, it's tasty like Elmer's school paste that weird kid ate when you were in Kindergarten... I only use Michele Foster's fondant, or Marshmallow, in a pinch. I have tried Duff's and it tastes like a vanilla tootsie roll, but at $20 for 2 pounds, they can keep it!

lol, you've got that right! $20 for 2 lbs is nuts! I'm gonna have to try Michele Foster's fondant but I don't have a high quality mixer like Kitchen Aid. Do you think it would still blend well without a kitchen aid? 

post #17 of 18

I make my own MMF by hand now, my Kitchenaid is currently out of commission so I had to make it by hand, it's actually better that way for me as I can get a better gauge of when to stop adding powdered sugar. I've added too much when using my mixer before. 

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post #18 of 18

Nice cake !! I had some of the same issues as you, we've already cut my first cake and the decorations are still drying .. I think some of my problems are the humidity where I live, and the weather being overcast and rainy. But we are learning, we'll get it right after some practice! :) Good job again

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