How do you store sugar sails?
DO Store in a cool, dry place – If youre lucky enough to have a designated space for sugar craft away from central heating, windows, humidity etc they will be fine to store there, otherwise in the dining/living room cupboard will be fine.
Can you eat sugar glass?
Well this glass you can play with and you can even eat it. These bottles are made of sugar and corn syrup - and they are totally eat-able. Following this Instructable you will be able to mold pretty much anything out of sugar-glass, you are only limited by your imagination.
Can I use sugar instead of isomalt?
Since isomalt is a sugar substitute, sugar can be used instead of isomalt. For decorations, candies made with sugar, water, and corn syrup can be used. Another option is to skip isomalt-based decorations and use pre-made edible or non-edible decorations.
Can you keep spun sugar in the fridge?
How Do You Store Spun Sugar: Spun sugar is highly susceptible to humidity and heat, so I highly recommend making it at the absolute last second. If you have an airtight container, it can be stored for a short amount of time, if necessary.
Do sugar glass bottles hurt?
Sugar glass is made by dissolving sugar in water and heating it to at least the hard crack stage (approx. 150 °C / 300 °F) in the candy making process. It is much less likely to cause injuries than real glass, is inexpensive to produce and breaks convincingly, making it an excellent choice for stunts.
Why did my simple syrup turn yellow?
Ever experience yellow simple syrup? Thats a result of caramelizing the sugar. The longer you let it boil, the more likely it is to pick up a golden hue.
Why did my hummingbird sugar water turn yellow?
It could be your sugar or your water. Make certain you are using pure cane sugar, not sugar made from molasses or any other product. You might have impurities in your water so try using bottled or filtered water and see what happens.