Glaze

Decorating By Babes222 Updated 17 Dec 2013 , 2:31pm by Babes222

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Babes222 Posted 16 Dec 2013 , 7:18pm
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AWhat is the best way to make fondant shinny but not taste bad as I have herd some of the glazes have a bitter taste. Babes.

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-K8memphis Posted 16 Dec 2013 , 7:22pm
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if you want super shiny brush it with a 'paint' made of water and gum arabic

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Bt3138 Posted 16 Dec 2013 , 8:02pm
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AVodka

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Babes222 Posted 16 Dec 2013 , 10:54pm
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ACould you tell me how much Arabic gum and water to use and dose this leave a taste on the cake.

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-K8memphis Posted 16 Dec 2013 , 11:27pm
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just like a teaspoon of gum arabic and then just add a teaspoon or two of water till it gets to a loose paintable consistency--just till it dissolves and paint away--if it has any taste i never noticed it over the sweet product it covered--

 

it's a forgiving process--not involved not intricate--real simple--straight forward--

 

you can even use the edible glitter--the flakey stuff--it is gum arabic --just dissolve it in the water and the white/clear works great--

 

if this black shoe will pop open for you--it's supposed to be a patent leather toe and regular leather upper--it is dusted with cocoa powder to make it look vintage but also to tame down the gum arabic because it was so shiny

 

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Babes222 Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 2:31pm
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AThank you so much for your help. Your cake are amazing. Babes.

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