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Canadian equivalent of Tylose Powder?

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I've read about tylose powder on here, but no one in stores seems to know what I'm talking about!  I've been to Michael's and several speciality cake stores and no one has heard of tylose powder.  They all point me to the gumpaste mix.  I've been using cornstarch in my fondant instead, but just wondering - is there a Canadian equivalent to tylose powder?  How can a Canadian get their hands on tylose?

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Hi luvmykids2bits,

 

Not sure where you are located, I purchased my Tylose at Goldas kitchen.  They are located in Canada, and ship worldwide.

 

http://kitchenware.goldaskitchen.com/search?w=tylose&asug=&x=-125&y=-124

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Hi,  Global Sugar Art, but not sure if they ship to Canada.  Here is the customer service information also;

 

Contact Us


You can mail us:
Global Sugar Art
1509 Military Turnpike
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Or e-mail: orders@globalsugarart.com

Or phone:
1-518-561-3039
1-800-420-6088

 

http://www.globalsugarart.com/tylose-powder-by-cai-p-17057.html

 

Worth a shot to give them a call.

 

Good Luck

post #4 of 5
Golda's kitchen in Ontario carry the tylose powder but if you are in a hurry Michaels and walmart, bulk barn does carry gum tex actually from Wilton. It does the same job.
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I'm in Ontario, Canada and I buy my Tylose and other goodies at Flour Confections.

 

www.flourconfections.com 

 

Also try:     Creative Cutters,   Goldas Kitchen,    Sugar Tiers,  Cake Mischief,  McCall's

 

There are many others as well.   Even Amazon.ca sells cake supplies.

Quinte West, Ontario, Canada   www.TeriLovesCake.ca   Strictly Wheat & Gluten-Free         

 

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Quinte West, Ontario, Canada   www.TeriLovesCake.ca   Strictly Wheat & Gluten-Free         

 

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