Dilemma: Mmf Or Toba's, Or Maybe Something Else?

Decorating By woodthi32 Updated 12 May 2008 , 4:51pm by TexasSugar

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woodthi32 Posted 12 May 2008 , 1:21pm
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I have sworn by mmf for a year or so. I don't like storebought, generally, although I admit the only kind I have tried is Wilton. I find though that I find it easiest to handle right after making, regarding kneadability, less sticking, etc. After I let it ripen, I find it very difficult to work with a large batch, even after I microwave it. I am still relatively new to this, considering all of the experts here, so could people please tell me their experiences with mmf, if you share mine; should I try Toba's? Does it stick less? I see these tutorials on youtube etc, where the Pettinice etc, just turns on the table with no effot and little cornstarch. Will I only get that ease from a storebought? I never get that with mmf....................I would love tips and experiences. Thank you!

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TexasSugar Posted 12 May 2008 , 4:51pm
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If MMF is not working for you any more sounds like it is time to try a new recipe or look in to Satin Ice or Pettinice or Fond-X.

Find something else that is a better fit for now.

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