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Transparent Isomalt Domes | How to Make Edible Glass

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Here's a tutorial on how to make isomalt domes that look like transparent edible glass. You can use these as an edible cover/ cloche for plated desserts and pastries. I used an isomalt dome like this in a recent video for an edible snow glow dessert. I've linked to this video below if you want to check it out.

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