Best Surface For Rolling Fondant

Business By pieceofcake20 Updated 29 Dec 2008 , 5:19pm by Melvira

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pieceofcake20 Posted 29 Dec 2008 , 5:07pm
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My husband is building me a second kitchen!! We have everything picked out except the countertops. I'm wondering if there's a surface out there that fondant won't stick to (or is less likely to stick to). I have a cephalon mat that I use when I don't need a large surface area but I use my kitchen table when I have to roll out large pieces of fondant. With the mat I don't have to grease, dust with sugar or anything. With the table I have to grease the surface first. Any suggestions?

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Melvira Posted 29 Dec 2008 , 5:19pm
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In the material aisle at WalMart they have these rolls of plastic in different thicknesses... buy a yard and cut it into a few pieces, some large enough to do a full size tier. Honestly, it will cost you maybe three dollars, and this way you are able to get ANY kind of counters that catch your eye, you don't have to worry about fondant!! Lucky you for the new kitchen... mine is supposed to be coming soon! Enjoy your new 'home'!!!

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