Cake Absorbing Flavors

Decorating By faythe1215 Updated 31 Mar 2014 , 12:52am by faythe1215

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faythe1215 Posted 29 Mar 2014 , 12:43am
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This is a strange question, but I have a cake in the fridge waiting for crumb coat and fondant. We made fish for dinner, and my entire kitchen smells like salmon.

If I have it out only long enough to decorate, and I plan on finishing up my fondant work tomorrow (the cake will sit fondant covered on counter overnight), am I in danger of having my cake smell/taste like fish?

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810whitechoc Posted 29 Mar 2014 , 9:09am
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Short answer Yes, fish is one of those odours that can be detected in your fondant, is there anywhere else you can store it overnight.

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faythe1215 Posted 31 Mar 2014 , 12:52am
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Thanks, WhiteChoc!

I ended up putting the cake in our bedroom since we leave our doors closed. :)

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