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Author Topic: Late winter feed. I have no HFCS  (Read 551 times)
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Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin - USA (42° 57' N 87° 54' W)

« on: March 13, 2008, 09:21:41 PM »

I saw recipe on the forum for a suitable late season feeding.  Not Fondant, since I have no HFCS.  What was it?  The recipe for Fondant calls for HFCS.  I'm not into that anyway since it's too processed for my liking.  I saw some recipe on here for containing a bit of vinegar, sugar and a small amount of water. 
I did make some but I added a bit too much sugar and it dried as hard as rock candy. 



PS>  found it. Nevermind and thanks anyhow.  It was on Robo's World   


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