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buttercream method

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hi, i am wondering if anyone has ever used sugarshacks recipe but with the winbeckler method of making the buttercream. winbeckler claims that if you add only one third of the shortening you can beat it all you want to get it smooth without any chance of it breaking or getting grainy. i want to use sugarshack recipe though. i dont care for the winbeckler recipe. has anyone ever tried adding the shortening to the sugar instead of the sugar to the shortening.

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I love Sugarshak's! Haven't try Winbeckler. Hope this helps. The only other suggestion will be to give it a try.

That's what I did with Sugarshak's.
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If the theory turns out to be right, that will be tremendously thick and tasty icing on the cake.
Brian Greene


All the world is birthday cake, so take a piece, but not too much.
George Harrison
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