C&h Powered Sugar

Decorating By cblupe Updated 24 Dec 2009 , 6:24pm by KHalstead

cblupe Posted 21 Dec 2009 , 5:26am
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I bought C&H ps at the Dollar Tree this weekend and it was 50 cents for a 1 lb. box. I thought this was excellent! icon_biggrin.gif

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caseyhayes Posted 21 Dec 2009 , 6:00am
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wow thanks!

Jeep_girl816 Posted 21 Dec 2009 , 6:12am
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Hmm, I'm in Washington too, wonder if my local Dollar Tree has the same deal, guess where I'll be heading tomorrow!?

Skirt Posted 21 Dec 2009 , 6:19am
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Depending on how much you use, Costco sells it in 50lb bags...

StaceyCakes75 Posted 21 Dec 2009 , 7:18am
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Originally Posted by Skirt

Depending on how much you use, Costco sells it in 50lb bags...


yeah costco all the way is the best. 50 lbs for 29.00 I never thought I would use that much PS but my bag is almost gone!

cblupe Posted 24 Dec 2009 , 2:07pm
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I sure wish I could get Domino's ps here in this area ~ they have 1 lb boxes that the sugar is sealed in plastic and not the waxed paper and it is sifted 10 times too! No air gets in it at all, therefore, you don't need to sift.

My favorite for sure! icon_lol.gif

Buying 50 lbs of ps would last me 5 years to use up that much. icon_razz.gif

Mike1394 Posted 24 Dec 2009 , 3:41pm
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Originally Posted by cblupe

I sure wish I could get Domino's ps here in this area ~ they have 1 lb boxes that the sugar is sealed in plastic and not the waxed paper and it is sifted 10 times too! No air gets in it at all, therefore, you don't need to sift.

My favorite for sure! icon_lol.gif

Buying 50 lbs of ps would last me 5 years to use up that much. icon_razz.gif




Not sifted 10 times. 10x means it's a smaller granule than 6x

Mike

cblupe Posted 24 Dec 2009 , 6:03pm
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All these years I have been told that it was sifted 10 times and because the 10 x is on the bag or box that it was sifted 10 times. I was told this by Wilton Industries team trainers.

So now I am totally confused ~ icon_confused.gif

KHalstead Posted 24 Dec 2009 , 6:24pm
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10 x does refer to the size of the granules.

http://www.pastrysampler.com/Questions_and_Answers/10x.htm

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