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At 1:37am on November 22, 2011, Tracy Deadman said…
Hi Steven, thank you for the friend request - I love this site and have met some fantastic people (all passionate about sugar). I think your gallery is fabulous, I'll be watching to see what you come up with next.
Happy caking, best wishes,
Tracy :) x
At 8:36am on March 15, 2010, Cyndi said…
Heres one more looks a litle easier no tylose

1 Lb Powdered Sugar Fine -10X plastic bag
1 Packet Knox Gelatin
2 TBS of Lemon juice
3 TBS of Water
1 Tsp of Glucose
Add gelatin, water & juice over double boiler; dissolve about 5 to 7 minutes. Add glucose stir. Use a mixer with dough hook. Place sugar in mixer then add liquid mix until slightly together remove and knead. If it feels too sticky add a little more sugar. Wrap with plastic wrap and place in plastic bag, seal. Let rest over night.
At 8:30am on March 15, 2010, Cyndi said…
Hi steve
I found this recipe I hope it helps I havent tried it yet but the original poster says it works

Tylose giumpaste

I use this mixed 50/50 with fondant to do all of my 3D figure modelling and all of my decorations on my cakes. It’s especially great for delicate sugar flowers. It dries nice and hard and is very easy to work with.

2tbsp tylose (CMC) (I get mine at my school’s store but I’m sure you can find it online if you can’t find it elsewhere)
1lb icing sugar
1 heaping tbsp glucose
3 tbsp warm water
1 tbsp lemon juice

combine sifted icing sugar (you MUST sift it) and tylose in a stand mixer. Mix warm water, lemon juice and glucose and stir till the glucose dissolves a bit. Turn mixer on to ’stir’ and carefully add the glucose mixture making sure it doesn’t touch the sides. Mix on low until you start to hear a ‘clunking’ sound of everything combining into a thick paste. Not all of it will mix in so turn it out onto a countertop, grease your hands with shortening and knead it till it all combines.

If it’s too dry add extra water in very small amounts, just drops at a time, until you get the right consistency. It will be very sticky until the water mixes in so you’ll need to keep your hands greased.

I’ve never had it where it’s too wet but if it happens just keep kneading it and it should come together. If it doesn’t then add more icing sugar a tiny bit at a time.

separate into small balls, wrap in plastic wrap and store in an air tight container or ziplock bag. this keeps for a long time…a few months. You can freeze it but make sure it thaws slowly in the fridge before you try to use it.

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