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Fondant Survival
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In this VIDEO, Kathy shows you some simple techniquies to avoid common problems experienced when decorating with fondant like elephant skin, sagging, etc.

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Review by Guest
Posted on 10/26/13
How do you keep the fondant smoother from sticking to the fondant?

Sweet Wise Response - When using THE MAT, your fondant stays nice and moist but after a couple minutes it will crust over slightly. After it crusts, you can smooth out any imperfections then.
Review by Guest
Posted on 10/8/13
can you make something that is light weight to put on top of a cake batter so we don't get the dome in the baked cake? If it stays level maybe it wouldn't dome.

Sweet Wise Response - Take a look at this video. It should really help you http://sweetwise.com/videos/magic-line-cake-pans.html
Review by Guest
Posted on 8/25/13
We are currently having problems with the fondant sticking on the mat. Once we pull the mat off, it leaves a texture of several hundreds of pin needle like and air pockets. It has never done this before. I also noticed plenty of static and my mat ruffling on the edges.

Sweet Wise Response - Should be easy to fix. Send us an email to info@sweetwise.com and one of our customer service staff will help you fix this.
Review by Guest
Posted on 6/23/13
What's the difference between elite and regular fondX?

Sweet Wise Response - The Elite has a slight hint of raspberry taste and tastes similar to white chocolate. It is very easy to work worth, is exceptional at holding moisture and has a really good mouth feel. Fondx is also easy to work with, has a nice soft vanilla flavor that is very pleasant and it holds its moisture well but not as good as Elite. Satin Ice is similar to Fondx in taste and workability but has a chemical playdoh aroma upon opening. The chemical smell is from the preservatives and evaporates quickly and leaves a nice vanilla flavor like the fondx.
Review by Guest
Posted on 4/29/13
very nice article man
Review by Guest
Posted on 4/26/13
I will noted and shared.
Review by Guest
Posted on 4/25/13
Thanks for the guide
Review by Guest
Posted on 3/30/13
how much buttercream should i spread on cake and what consistency, before covering with fondant?

Sweet Wise Response - As much or as little as you'd like is fine. The only important thing is that you should make sure the surface is smooth.
Review by Guest
Posted on 3/30/13
Thank you for the tips. I love watching you talk with your hands...lol
Review by Guest
Posted on 10/9/12
very good
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