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post #61 of 70
I use it and I'm sooooooooo glad I don't have to make bc all the time!!!
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post #62 of 70
How long does it stay good for? I have heard a few different answers!
post #63 of 70
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Originally Posted by arahsa

How long does it stay good for? I have heard a few different answers!


When I purchased mine there is an expiration date right on the container

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post #64 of 70
i just open it with my hands i pull the thin piece of plastic off and then i just lift up each little tab one at a time
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FTP!
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post #65 of 70
Thats where you use a high density foam paint roller to smooth your cake once it crusts. I have not used that yet. I use paper towel method.
post #66 of 70
Jmtreu98 how did you flavor the icing? did you useanoil, extract, emulsion? Do you know about how many cups to flavoring ratio? Thanks!
post #67 of 70

Hi,  I've used it for a long time.  It works for everything.  I always leave it at room temp.  Try it you are sure to like it.

post #68 of 70

It is the best store bought buttercream i have ever tried!

post #69 of 70
How long is the frosting good for after you open it? ?
post #70 of 70
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Originally Posted by Jmtreu98 View Post

Just wondering if anyone has purchased the buttercream from Sam's club. If so, please let me know your opinion of taste and consistency.


I must say it is reasonably priced! 28lbs of vanilla icing for $25. That is not bad...The colored icing comes in 8lb buckets for $10.


Thanks!
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