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Hausfrau Tue 28-Jun-05 10:40:25

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starlover Tue 28-Jun-05 10:41:30

it's fondant icing.

SoupDragon Tue 28-Jun-05 10:41:39

It's fondant icing.

SoupDragon Tue 28-Jun-05 10:42:56


Hausfrau Tue 28-Jun-05 10:58:42

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SoupDragon Tue 28-Jun-05 11:02:35

They don't have glycerine either?

I would have thought you could make it up without the glycerine - it would just set harder but shoud be OK if you roll & cut it out quickly I think.

SaintGeorge Tue 28-Jun-05 11:07:38

Am I missing something on that link? I can't see glycerine mentioned.

SoupDragon Tue 28-Jun-05 11:09:09

She doesn't does she Liquid glucose. Is that the same thing?

SaintGeorge Tue 28-Jun-05 11:11:33

Don't think so - you get both listed on products as separate ingredients.

starlover Tue 28-Jun-05 13:02:06

if you don't use glycerine it will be ROCK hard. my dad once made icing without it and it was so hard we had to chip it off and just eat the cake inside!

LIZS Tue 28-Jun-05 13:13:00

I had that problem too!! You need "traubenzucker" or "flussiger glukose"(sp) probably from an Apotheke or Reformhaus (Health food shop). You dissolve some traubenzucker in warm water to make a runny but slightly thick liquid and use it instead of the glycerine, if, like me, you can't find the glucose liquid. You may find ready to roll stuff or more recognisable baking ingredients at Walmart if there is one near you.

Hausfrau Wed 29-Jun-05 10:12:58

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