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post #16 of 19

And.. to answer the other question, "Where do you buy it from"  I buy mine from my local bakery distributor when I need it.

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post #17 of 19

I buy FondX.  Love the way it tastes, love how easy it is to work with and I love the way it feels. I feel like it goes further than satin ice.  I can roll the FondX super thin, where as with satin ice I was able to roll it out as thin. 

Sweetwise always has pretty good sales.

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post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by costumeczar View Post

I make my own and it takes about 15 minutes hands-on time and then I let it sit to cool off. It's about $1.50 or so a pound, and I just use the basic standard fondant recipe with corn syrup instead of glucose. If I want it to be stretchier I mix it with candy clay, and that makes it similar to the working texture of fondarific.

 

What candy clay recipe do you use? 

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post #19 of 19

I use Satin Ice as well.  I, personally, love Satin Ice...the taste and the final product on the cake.  I have no complaints.  I do agree, though, that Wilton is horrible tasting!

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