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  1. my lazy way to deal with this is not using tape to actually seal all the connections to my airbrush, meaning that within less than a day after I finish using it the air has slowly leaked out (and I dont feel any impact on pressure while spraying) 🤣
  2. I have a website I am building on Wix (mmm-chocolate.com), not sure if they have that option, but will check, thank you!
  3. 😂😂😂 I just ordered some chocolates from her recently. Shipping was almost $30 and it arrived in perfect shape (but no way am I going to spend so much on her packaging to keep it cold)
  4. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your help, thank you! You have answered every single one of my questions and I can move forward now 😁 I am definitely small enough to be focusing on my area now, and don't want to get into this shipping nuisance, it's more of a one time thing- I belong to a foodies facebook group where I have been sharing a lot of my process setting things up and my chocolates, so a lot of people from outside my state have asked to purchase some (shows the value of very targeted marketing, even though that was not the intention 😂)- I will likely do a one time thing w
  5. After taking a break from chocolate making for a few years, I am now back in full speed, and actually opened a chocolate business called mmm-chocolate (which is what my 2 year old says every time he sees me making chocolate ). Currently I have a permit for my residential kitchen and am working out of my house, offering pickup or local delivery in my area. There are a couple of questions : Labels: 1. I am required to add an ingredients label for each product- since boxes can have different flavors, how can that be precise? Or should I just list all ingredients I use?
  6. Completely luster dust (with painters tape for the line) and just dark chocolate backing it. I got the powders from bakedeco, and have never had an issue with them mixing with the chocolate So just luster dust or cocoa butter?
  7. I just got my california air compressor after thankfully being stopped by jim at the last minute before buying a husky. The husky is much louder, and weighs twice as much- i covered all the connections with painters tape per jim's recommendation, and it barely turns on while working. I highly recommend getting it replaced vs getting the husky
  8. Ive done quite a bit with luster dust till i got my airbrush- polish the cavities, brush the dust with a makeup brush and then pour chocolate- the ones in the photo are just luster dust, no CB. What is your process?
  9. ahh.. that makes sense. and wow, so time consuming! Also metallic- is the jewel line by chefrubber considered metallic? I use it and definitely do not get those colors...
  10. but how do they get those black smudges? if it were just backed with black, then theoretically it should look more uniform, no?
  11. I live these! Any ideas how they get the black/shimmery effect?
  12. Did you ever figure this out?
  13. Also Papermart is pretty cheap and has a good selection
  14. Chef Rubber cocoa butters- After going back and forth with their support (hey, at least I got them to eventually respond which is a win), I am even more confused around the different lines they have- artisan, decor, jewel, natural, infused, zen. Here is what I have gathered so far: artisan- regular colors. natural- same type of colors made from natural ingredients (whatever that means) jewel- artisan with added luster dust. zen- natural with added luster dust. infused- infused with real flavors. I bought one which clogged my airbrush (and the color barely
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