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With a few everyday materials, Meghan shows how she makes a reusable and affordable box that makes delivering her cakes much easier and safer. This is also a great way to create a makeshift refrigerator when your regular fridge is either too full or too small. With a little dry ice this box can keep your cake chilled for an entire day. (Video is 3:30 min)
Dry Ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide. It is used primarily as a cooling agent. Its advantages include lower temperature than that of water ice and not leaving any residue. It is useful for preserving frozen foods, ice cream, etc., where mechanical cooling is unavailable. Do not handle with bare hands, must use gloves or tongs.
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I would think it would be best to put the dry ice in a small plastic container so it would not ruin the box or the cake!
What is to stop the dry ice from sliding into the cake? I see someone else here is asking the same question? We all know how delivery people are!!
Think your idea is fantastic. Where do you get the dry ice?
Awesome box! how do you keep the dry ice from slipping into the cake?
AWESOME THANK YOU SO MUCH
Perfect timing. I'm fixing to take a cake (unstacked) from Dallas to Iowa in a car. Now I know how to pack it and how to keep it cool! Thank you!
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