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post #16 of 29
Okay I being through the website and I try 2 recipe home made and they turn out a mess so I came up with the idea of trying to do it with the gummy recipe and it worked more then the others ..400. Try it and have fun with it..
post #17 of 29

ninasonrisa, could you post the url for the gummy recipe? Thank you!

post #18 of 29

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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post #19 of 29
post #20 of 29
http://m.cookeatshare.com/recipes/homemade-gummi-candy-557963. This is the recipe that I used gave me for 3 of the ones I posted already 3 baby 3d and 3 long ones 400. 400
post #21 of 29
When u work with it I found you have to be fast it will dry quick and if it does warn it up for 20 seconds on the microwave.. tomorrow I'll finish the cake and I'll post the finish cake and see how it looks ...
post #22 of 29
Chanter I would have try that one but could not find the tylose. Where I am I need to order everything in line n it gets expensive so that's why I try 2 other recipe with no luck until I started thinking of gummy bear lol.. all I spent was 2 dollars on the ingredient.
post #23 of 29
Sorry shanter...
post #24 of 29
Carrie I add the url for the receipt of gummy.. hope it works out for you guys let me know if it works
post #25 of 29

Thank you!!

post #26 of 29
I did not forget about you guys here is the cake practice that I made with the gummy recipe for lace was very easy to work with it ..
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400
post #27 of 29
Interesting
post #28 of 29

Thank you for posting your picture. Think I will give it a try.

post #29 of 29

These are gorgeous!; The smooth ribbon is my favorite, and resembles pulled sugar requiring long periods of pulling blistering hot materials.  I know SugarVeil is worked cold, with no real muscle required, and a little goes a long way.  I am doing lace for a wedding cake using SugarVeil in a fondant lace mold, and the lace has come out great even in extreme humidity. SugarVeil is quite versitile, there's so much you can do with it, I've really enjoyed just trying different things with molds and tools we all have. It obviously has a long shelf life; I had the first small package I ever purchased in my garage storage area for 2 or more years before finally working up the nerve to try it, and it couldn't have been easier to work with. Why did I wait? Thanks for the images....

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