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post #256 of 262

can I use egg whites instead of egg white powder, as we do not get it in Indian.  And how much?

post #257 of 262

what is the shelf life?  does it keep as long as fondant?  Can you freeze it and then thaw before filling the forms?  Can you freeze the lace once it is made?

post #258 of 262
Thanks Dawn for the recipe... Tried it and yey!!! It works... I doubled the amount of water though as it became so thick. And since I dont have tylose i tried the wilton gumtex icon_smile.gif
post #259 of 262

Does this need to be baked? If so, what temp and how long? Or does it just set up at room temp. I am not sure if my mats are oven safe. Thanks for your help.

post #260 of 262
Love this i didn't think of painting the matt, thanks!
post #261 of 262

Your welcome for the recipe, however now someone is profiting off of it on youtube, and yes you do need to add some water to it as you think necessary.  I'm a bit upset right now as I did not post this for someone to just run and make a video of the total recipe and profit on my creation.  I did however improve on it by adding some glycerin to it.

post #262 of 262

You can help it along in drying quicker if you have high humidity in your home by putting it in the oven at about 100 to 170 degrees, keep an eye on it, don't let it dry out to much as you will probably want to put on a second coat.  When you do, pop it back in and wait till the sheen comes off of the lace.  Its a good idea to use a veg spray on your mat first or cornstarch, I prefer the veg spray... but not too much!!!  Cornstarch on it seems to make it brittle.

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