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What's Poundland Gel Food Colouing like comapred to the Dr Oetker Stuff?

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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I have used it twice and can't tell the difference tbh
#2
I had to read that a few times oO
#3
DavidMeek
I have used it twice and can't tell the difference tbh

Thanks for the reply :) Sounds like it might be worth trying then.
#4
I've tried the Dr Oetker ones and wasn't impressed since I've been using sugar flair paste and those are spot on but a bit pricy
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adhkarzf
I've tried the Dr Oetker ones and wasn't impressed since I've been using sugar flair paste and those are spot on but a bit pricy

*nods* I know Dr Oetker isn't the greatest, but it was adequate. Can't really justify the expensive stuff when I only plan to use it once.
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moneysavingkitten
adhkarzf
I've tried the Dr Oetker ones and wasn't impressed since I've been using sugar flair paste and those are spot on but a bit pricy

*nods* I know Dr Oetker isn't the greatest, but it was adequate. Can't really justify the expensive stuff when I only plan to use it once.


the powdered colours in Asian shops give very vivid colours if you have any near you
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adhkarzf
moneysavingkitten
adhkarzf
I've tried the Dr Oetker ones and wasn't impressed since I've been using sugar flair paste and those are spot on but a bit pricy
*nods* I know Dr Oetker isn't the greatest, but it was adequate. Can't really justify the expensive stuff when I only plan to use it once.
the powdered colours in Asian shops give very vivid colours if you have any near you

I actually do have 2 or 3 Asian shops near by, I will give them look thanks :) are they for baking, what section are they normally in please?

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