How do I use powdered food coloring?

Answer Just add the powder to the batter. Powder food coloring is fine, it's purpose is to not mess with the consistency of some recipes like macaroons. Also, may I mention the color pigmentation is stron... Read More »

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Is food coloring the same as icing coloring?

Food coloring and icing coloring is not the same thing. Icing coloring is a colored gel that does not water down the frosting and is available in a multitude of shades. Food coloring is water-based... Read More »

How to Break Up Lumps in Stored Powdered Food?

Before you resort to throwing out your lumpy powdered foods such as cocoa, sugar, custard powder, dried milk, packet meals, icing sugar etc., consider this easy method to restore your food quickly.

How is food coloring harmful?

According to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, studies conducted since the 1970s suggested a link between synthetic food dyes and childhood behavioral problems. The U.S. Food and Drug ... Read More »

How to Tie Dye With Food Coloring?

Tie-dyeing is an inexpensive method of coloring fabric by preventing the dye from reaching some areas while dyeing. The pattern of tying along with placement of colors dictates the design. The resu... Read More »