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This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by jprice1234 1 month, 2 weeks ago .

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    Kevin Liu
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    illiana91
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    hi

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    mothernaturerocks
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    I wish to make honey pearls that can be made, stored and shipped for later use. Which method should I use, what ingredients do I need to buy for this and, is this even possible?

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    Helen Eastwood
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    HI I have read the guidelines and would like to make a post

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    jprice1234
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    Hi. I hope there’s someone reading this who is familiar with “shave snow”, the dessert popularized in Taiwan. It’s promoted as a cross between shave ice (made from water) and ice cream. With shave snow, the frozen block is shaved into ribbons with a special machine. The finished product is supposed to be light (melting on your tongue like snowflakes) but also creamy. I can’t find a recipe that doesn’t result in a grainy product. Even when I use dairy fat and stabilizers the result isn’t great. Does anyone have a tip on creating a “creamy” ice cream block (still-frozen) that is also light and low-fat?

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