Extra Corn Syrup In Place Of Glycerine???

Decorating By Shola Updated 13 Jul 2008 , 4:50am by Shola

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Shola Posted 12 Jul 2008 , 9:16am
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Hi Guys,
I know it's been suggested you can sub glycerine for corn syrup but I want to make Michelle Fosters fondant and it already has corn syrup in it (which I finaly found here yay! icon_biggrin.gif ) but I can't get hold of glycerine so can I just add extra corn syrup? If so what can I expect from the results of doing that?? icon_confused.gif

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BlakesCakes Posted 12 Jul 2008 , 8:38pm
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Actually, you'd usually substitute corn syrup for glucose, not glycerine. Glucose is more like corn syrup without the water, so when substituting, you need to alter your wet ingredients to take that fact into account.

Glycerine is another "animal". It's an ingredient that helps retain moisture & keep the finished product soft. I can't really think of a true, edible substitute--sorry.


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JanH Posted 13 Jul 2008 , 1:29am
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Medical grade mineral oil:
(Although I'm thinking human food grade would be a better choice.)



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Shola Posted 13 Jul 2008 , 4:50am
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Okies, thanks guys, I have one more place to try and get it, if not I will add extra corn syrup and see what happens! icon_rolleyes.gif

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