Can The Right Rolling Pin Make A Difference?

Decorating By JOJO2011 Updated 21 May 2011 , 2:24am by bakingkat

JOJO2011 Posted 19 May 2011 , 8:30pm
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Hello, I just bought the cricut cake and I made my first cake yesterday. Using fondant was the first for me. I bought the Wilton's brand and it tasted sort of funky . Anyway, I have a wooden rolling pin and I its recommended that the gumpaste/ fondant should be rolled thin. I had the hardest time rolling it thin. It seemed pretty thick to my standards. I am thinking I might have to switch to a fondant rolling pin so that I can achieve the desired thinness.what do yall think?

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bakingkat Posted 21 May 2011 , 2:24am
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The heavier the rolling pin the less work it is to get it thin. Lots of people like marble, just make sure whatever you get is completely smooth, some rolling pins (like wooden) have some slight texture to them. A small electronic pasta roller is a life saver too!

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