bestorouri1500 Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 3:14am
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I continued experiencing with some Gum paste recipes incluiding a Scott clarck and Nicholas Lodge, but I want proving this one

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FioreCakes Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 3:21am
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You keep asking this and nobody is giving you an answer----I'm assuming that means it is an item that people usually need to take his class to obtain. If that's the case, why would someone give it away for free? 

shanter Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 6:44pm
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You could ask him for it:

http://www.weddingcakes.com/#/get-in-touch/

 

If he doesn't reply or doesn't give it to you, you have your answer.

AZCouture Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 7:46pm
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AI wonder though, since he's such a Satin Ice fan, if he doesn't just use Satin Ice gum paste too. I can't stand SI fondant, but love the gum paste to death.

enga Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 8:06pm
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I watched his videos on You Tube, he really doesn't say except that he uses powdered sugar, vegetable gums and gelatin.

 

He does use Satin Ice exclusively at his shop and has this recipe for quick gum paste.

 

http://youtu.be/ezthnEpRo5Q

 

Here is a website of a former student of his that a has a recipe for gum past that uses the exact ingredients he eluded to (insert big wink). 

 

http://sweets.seriouseats.com/2011/11/sweet-technique-making-gum-paste-flowers-how-to-make-gum-paste.html?ref=sweets

 

Like others have said, you'll probably have to take a class to get the recipe.

 

HTH

redgbee Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 10:21pm
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Scott clarck and Nicholas Lodge and Ron Ben Israel's gumpastes: are there differences? I'm curious

bestorouri1500 Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 11:17pm
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Thanks to all peopple to try help me I think that rons gum paste its more delicate and fine, but nicholas paste its so good for thorough details too, unfurtunatelly i dont have the resources to pay a Ron's class :S

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