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beckyk
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OK...so maybe I got a little excited, but I offered to make my little cousin's wedding cake next spring. The good thing is she's veg, so that helps. Anyone have any cake tips or suggestions for me? I haven't baked a large vegan cake yet so I'm wondering if I need to be aware of any issues. I plan on starting to test cake flavors soon.
Tuesday, January 12 2010, 03:37 AM
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    Sunday, January 24 2010, 09:22 PM - #permalink
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    Make a wedding cake.It's really good idea you can save some money and it's healthier.

    If you want you can see some tips here.
    http://www.eweddingcake.com/make-wedding-cake/make-a-wedding-cake.html

    Regards,
    Jimmy
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    Mattie
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    Wednesday, January 20 2010, 05:59 AM - #permalink
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    Wow, cool that you're stepping up to the plate (literally) and offering this. Is this going to be a traditional wedding cake? If so, buy a couple cake decorating books and take a cake decorating class or two if you feel you need it. I took a cake decorating class at Brooklyn kitchen a couple months ago and it was so great to have the hands-on.

    If it's not going to be a traditional wedding cake that frees you up for more experimentation. I went to a wedding recently that had cupcakes arranged in a pyramid and it was so easy and fun. Everyone just grabbed a cupcake and it was so easy although a little bit less grandiose.
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