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post #46 of 54
K so I bought satin ice and I like the flavor but it dries out fast. I ordered some fondarific and want to try Massa soon!
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post #47 of 54
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Originally Posted by 3Sisters

I use Wilton to cover boards - tastes terrible! I have used , but after Nicholas Lodge introduced me to Massa Americana, I'll never go back. It is the BEST ever! Very easy to work with. It may seem a little pricey, but you are able to roll it so thin that it goes a long way. I've had people who say they hate fondant, but once they try the Massa, they quickly change their minds.



I love Massa Americana but only second to their white chocolate. Only available from Albert Uster but oh soooo good. I just ordered Nicholas Lodges 5th Avenue Blue fondant (yes, exactly like Tiffany's). It's all imported from Switzerland and worth every penny.

I give samples of various fondants at my tastings (Satin Ice, Fondarific, and Albert Usters Americana and White Chocolate). The Albert Uster's wins out every time...and my brides never complain about the price once they taste the difference. For me, the upside is that it's a dream to work with.
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No license or insurance. Put lead wires in cakes, never wash hands, cake boards are used cardboard. No contracts cause I can't read or write. No lawyer cause I'm judgment proof. I bake with old mix boxes found behind Walmart. Now about my question
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post #48 of 54
Jennifer Dontz's semi-home made.
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Originally Posted by southerncross

I give samples of various fondants at my tastings (, Fondarific, and Albert Usters Americana and White Chocolate). The Albert Uster's wins out every time...and my brides never complain about the price once they taste the difference. For me, the upside is that it's a dream to work with.



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post #50 of 54

Anyone knows where to buy cheapest or with coupon Satin Ice Fondant?

post #51 of 54

I am married to satin ice.  I have tried many brands.  fondx was ok but i found it to be a little too soft for me but they have a nice range of colors.  my go to has been satin ice for the last 4-5 years.  I have never been disappointed by it.

post #52 of 54

hi.. would like to ask which one is better the buttercream flavor Satin ice fondant or the vanilla?

thanks in advance

post #53 of 54

I use Wilton and Satin Ice to cover boards and make figures because they dry well, but taste terrible.  I only use Massa Grischuna from Albert Ulster Imports for my cakes.  

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post #54 of 54

I've been using FondX Rolled Fondant for years and have always loved working with it.  I started out with wilton fondant also, but soon after I started doing more cakes, I graduated to FondX fondant.  You can find it at Caljava: http://caljavaonline.com/.  I have also used Caljava's other fondants Nu-Wrap and Elite Fondant and love love love them all.

 

They also have some great videos that helped me a lot with working with fondant. You can watch them here: http://www.youtube.com/user/CaljavaInt

 

Hope that helps!!

 

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