Squires Kitchen Professional Paste Food Colours Reviews
Product Type: Squires Kitchen Food
Description:Brand: Squires Kitchen / Professional colour for sugarcraft.
Newest Review: ... pastes themselves are very effective, and they do last a while due to only needing to use a little each time. You can build ... more
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Customer Squires Kitchen Professional Paste Food Colours Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/01/13 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I use these paste food colours for cake decorating purposes, as they are easier to work with than liquid colours. Colours which come in the form of paste are more concentrated, meaning that you only need to add a tiny bit to inject a good amount of colour. This means you don't run the risk of altering the consistency of the food you are working with, by adding too much liquid. The Squires Kitchen paste colours are the most well known in the world of cake decorating, and they have an excellent range of colours which are all quite specific. So, whereas you could go to the supermarket and find a basic range of colours such as red, blue and yellow, if you're ... Read the complete review
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