I sort of thought it was a 'freeze' spray. Like to quickly cool down chocolate or something so it will stay? I guess I am not sure though.
Thanks! I just Googled edible freeze spray and found it. They also have food laquer. Anybody know how that works?
The little doll is adorable, you do beautiful work!
That doll is too cute, wonderful job
I am not sure about this, but I went to an Army food competition and the food had been sprayed to hold color and appearance during the 3 day competition. They told me it was a food lacquer . I don't know if that is the same as your talking about.
I love you little girl
I'm almost sure that it's for drying things like chocolate and to make things hard faster. It's almost like a can of air that you can buy at computer places, you know the can of air to clean the dust off computer keyboards, etc?! I heard them talking about it on a cake challenge once saying that it's basically air in a can like the ones we use to clean the computers and it's parts.
My first thought was aslo the computer cleaning spray, but it's not food safe! I did find the food grade freeze spray at Chef Rubber.com. Thanks for the compliments. I feel very unskilled when I look at all the talented people here. CC is my inspiration to learn all I can about sugar art. Anyone else know about food laquer spray?
So many cakes to try, so little time!!!!!
ooops. Just read my reply. It should have said " I love your girl (doll)
I think you want the magic freeze spray. It is available online
Thank you for asking that question! I have been wondering it myself, too.
The spray is to preserve the chocolate or sugar work from humidity as well as imparting shine.