Lifetime Of A Fbct

Decorating By Meagazz Updated 2 Feb 2009 , 8:59pm by indydebi

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Meagazz Posted 2 Feb 2009 , 8:49pm
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Hi everyone,

So I am going to be making a cake for a coworker who is moving away and being that I am not a great freehand artist, I wanted to try the FBCT method...

With that, I am hoping to try doing a 'practice' FBCT before my cake is actually due (which is Feb 20) because I have never done one before.

My question is if my practice FBCT ends up looking great, I may want to save it for my cake... how long will it last in the freezer, and how should I package it until the time I will need it?? Or, being that I do not own a freezer specifically for my baking, should I just not chance the possibily of it getting an odor from the other items in my freezer?

Thank you for your help!


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indydebi Posted 2 Feb 2009 , 8:59pm
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frozen, it should last just this side of forever. Since you mention you have other stuff in the freezer, I'd double bag it in a ziplok .... the big 2 gallon sizes should hold most FBCT's. If your's is REALLY big, after it's frozen solid, carefully wrap it in layers of saran.

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