Sugar Veil

Decorating By ilovefondant Updated 26 Feb 2011 , 1:08am by emilyg

ilovefondant Posted 25 Feb 2011 , 11:55pm
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i live in fla and i was told that because of the humidity that sugar veil is a bad idea has any one in fla ever done sugar veil thankyou all

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emilyg Posted 26 Feb 2011 , 1:08am
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Hi ilovefondant,

In general, when you work with SugarVeil in very humid climates, you design the SugarVeil decorations so they are completely supported by the cake. The stenciled dot and the ganache cake at the top of this page are both good examples: http://www.sugarveil.com/gallery/sugarveil_cakes.htm

It is helpful to dry out the air to speed the setting process. Here are the most recent SugarVeil instructions, which list different ways to do this: http://ow.ly/d/3dP There are also benefits to working in humidity - one is the "reverse setting" process, which is also described in the instructions.

And here are some collected tips of Working with SugarVeil in Humidity: http://ow.ly/d/5m4

Please let me know if I can help you with any other questions you might have.

Thank you,

Michele Hester

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