[Northkeep] making soap molds

Anawyn at aol.com Anawyn at aol.com
Sun Feb 2 14:20:41 PST 2003

Zubeydah, any molds that can be used for soap, can be used for food use, in
particular, chocolate, as long as it has not already been used for soap. But
there are so many chocolate molds available, there really isn't any reason to
use soap molds.
Have you been to "Sonja's Cake Supply" on Harvard? They have a world of
chocolate molds in just about anything you could imagine, and they are not
expensive. That would be your best route, since they have all kinds of sizes,
and of course soap molds are usually going to be deeper, and of a size more
suitable for bars of soap than a "bite-able" depth for chocolate.
I have an eight pointed star cookie cutter, that you are welcome to borrow. I
bought it by mistake - thought it had 10 points and was going to use it for
the Ansteorran star, so has never been used. You would have a flat surface,
rather than decorative, but if you spread chocolate as a sheet, you could cut
out the shapes, if that is of interest. Let me know if I can help in any way.

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