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Diana
« on: February 16, 2004 06:19:49 PM »

Ok, this is a little odd. So my friend and I have made a couple of weird Jello concoctions from the 1950's Betty Crocker cookbooks and had so much fun making them (it is hard to stop laughing when there is lettuce suspended in lime jello in front of you!!)  that we have decided to host a gelatin sculpture exhibition/competition. I want to make a mold of this scary little plastic baby I have and then cast a ton of little Jello babies. Does anyone know what material is edibly safe for making molds? Has anyone ever made their own chocolate molds? Thanks...
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