Satin Ice Fondant

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yanelymalave Posted 6 Jul 2010 , 2:45pm
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I need to find a place that sells Satin Ice Fondant near Rockville,MD.
Is urgent, I have a cake for this weekend and havent found a place

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MotheroftheGroom Posted 6 Jul 2010 , 2:56pm
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I don't know about Satin Ice. But Michael's now carry a fondant with Duff's name and photo on it. Everyone says it is very similiar to Satin Ice. I bought some of the black, to get the true black color.

When you first open it up it is just a hard ball in a plastic bag. But you just heat it up in the microwave and it softens up very easily. It has a buttercream flavor.

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BlakesCakes Posted 6 Jul 2010 , 6:53pm
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E-mail or call Satin Fine Foods. I'm sure that they can direct you to a supplier in Rockville, MD.
Phone: (845) 469-1034
Fax: (845) 469-8345

U.S. Mail:
Satin Fine Foods, Inc.
37 Elkay Drive, Suite 41
Chester, NY 10918

[email protected]

Satin Ice and Duff'sFondant (Fondarific) at Michael's are very different products.

Duff's is a candy melt type base with a lot more oils in it. It's softer and stretchier, and about twice as expensive. If you need something that will harden for decorations, it's not a good choice because you can't add gums to it like tylose and have a good result.


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yanelymalave Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 11:27am
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Thank you for the information!!!!!

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