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Who lives in Ontario Canada and uses Satin Ice????

post #1 of 261
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I just started using Satin Ice Fondant and I loved it! I wondered how many other people living in ON use it and where you get it.
post #2 of 261
maybe try asking members on the Canadian website forum? icon_cool.gif

http://www.cakescanada.com


I think Creative Cutters has it?
post #3 of 261
Hi delaware,

I am in Ontario too icon_biggrin.gif , where abouts are you? I have just purchased some from GSA but had it shipped to a friend's place in MI that I am visiting this weekend but they do also ship to Canada. The shipping is pretty expensive but the fondant is on sale now. I know that you can also get it from goldaskitchen.com and the shipping for a 5lb tub to Ontario is $7.15, which is pretty reasonable but the tub is $30.

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post #4 of 261
I am in London and I buy my Satin Ice in Toronto at Golda's Kitchen. I haven't had it shipped as I just stock up when I am in the area. I've heard the shipping is pricey though - heavy product.
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Hey Martha, I am in London too!!!

I checked the shipping prices and they were not too bad actually, the icing was the expensive part. I have been looking for somewhere in Detroit or Port Huron that I could buy it cheaper but have not come up with anywhere yet, I will keep looking and let you know if I find anything.
Where in TO is the Golda's Kitchen store?
post #6 of 261
Hello there Eileen and Martha .....I'm from London too!!!

nice to meet some neighbours!

Nancy
post #7 of 261
Nice to meet you too Nancy!

I just took a peek at your cakes....both of you are verrrrrry talanted! icon_eek.gif I am just starting but loving it. This is the absoloute best site for a newbie like me to get help! I am going to break into the world of fondant here soon!!!! Then there will be no stopping me!!! icon_lol.gif

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post #8 of 261
I live in Ontario, and does bulk barn carry it? I thought I'd seen it there (however in the sticks where I am, I think they only have white) Maybe it was Virgin Ice? Is there such a thing. I was trying to help, but I think I've just become confused lol
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post #9 of 261
Bulk Barn does sell Virgin Ice. I haven't tried it. I live in Windsor and no one sells Satin Ice. I did find a store in St. Thomas that sells Dawn Fondant and it is yummy. I paid $30 for 11 lb. tub. It is located at 647 Talbot Street. They have alot of other goodies too if you are interested. Alot closer than paying shipping from Toronto. Hope this helps.
post #10 of 261
I've bought it from Golda's Kitchen as well!
post #11 of 261
Sorry I forgot to mention the name of the store in St. Thomas, it is called Scoops & Cakes. icon_redface.gif
post #12 of 261
Thanks phoufer!

I am about 15 minutes from St. Thomas so will make the drive this weekend!!! I am excited to try using fondant!
post #13 of 261
Eileenscakes

Great tell her I sent you! She is really nice, opened her store after business hours for me because I was coming from Windsor.
post #14 of 261
Hi Eileen and Nancy! Small world. icon_smile.gif

Eileen, Golda's Kitchen is on Argentia Road in Mississauga - just a few blocks from the 401 and Winston Churchill, so very easy to get to. It's really worth a trip to look at all the goodies.

phoufer - I keep hearing about the place in St. T., so I must check it out. Believe it or not, there is nothing in London except Michael's and Bulk Barn. Years ago, there was Cakery Decor and it was wonderful. It's gone though.

Bulk Barn does carry Virgin Ice. It tastes better than Wilton, but it is nowhere near as nice to work with as the Satin Ice.
post #15 of 261
Wow - so many people from the SW! Anyone north? I'm in Orangeville.
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