Covering A Cake Dummy

Decorating By toriannlynn Updated 19 May 2015 , 8:45pm by MinaBakes

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toriannlynn Posted 19 May 2015 , 7:37pm
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About 3-4 days ago I covered a cake dummy with fondant and put some modeling chocolate designs on it just for the purpose of taking pictures for my portfolio. I just now got around to taking the pictures, been busy with my 9 month old, do you think the fondant can be rehydrated with shortening and still be able to use it? How about the modeling chocolate? Thank you in advance. 

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MinaBakes Posted 19 May 2015 , 8:45pm
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I've heard you're not supposed to use that fondant anymore because it touched the styrofoam. It's been 4 days already anyway. You can try to bring it back for use on a different styrofoam cake but I imagine it'll be rock hard, crumbly and bumpy,

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