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Intro to Isomalt
Intro to Isomalt
Charity Pykles-George
Take your cake decorating skills to the next level and learn to pour, pull and blow sugar with Charity Pykles-George.
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Lauren Kitchens teaches you to concoct, color, texture and transform modeling chocolate, taking it to new heights and bringing it into your kitchen.
Lauren Kitchens
Lauren Kitchens
Acquire colorful, professional-level cake decorating skills with the help of renowned airbrush artist Lisa Berczel.
Lisa Berczel
Lisa Berczel
Where fondant fails, modeling chocolate is magic! Use modeling chocolate to create three of Lauren's imaginative cakes and bring your decorating dreams to life.
Lauren Kitchens
Lauren Kitchens
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