kika Posted 30 Jul 2004 , 3:12am
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i am making a 2 tier fondant cake, and i was told that i could use straws to add support so that the bottom cake would not sink, would straws work? icon_biggrin.gif

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Jackie Posted 30 Jul 2004 , 3:27am
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Absolutely!

make sure they are not the bendable kind, or cut off that end of the straw.
I like to get the florescent colored ones, so you can see them very clearly to take them out when cutting. icon_smile.gif

Ladycake Posted 30 Jul 2004 , 4:31am
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Yes they will work get the thick ones though they are better ... And make sure they dont bend if they do cut them..

Kiddiekakes Posted 30 Jul 2004 , 5:15pm
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Hi Ladycakes,

I just did an anniversary cake two weeks ago and used the straws,It worked great!! Actually the cake is posted on this site under anniversary cakes.I had a box of the refill straws for my kids rubbermaid juice box container.These straws were really strong and durable.They were about 4 inches long and more solid than a straw from the convenience store.They were really easy to spot once we cut into the first layer and we just picked them out.Hope this helps!!

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