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Having difficulty getting a good glass from fruit juice using PureCote, no better luck using CrispFilm. The end result is more fruit roll-up.

asked by Tyson Amick about 1 year ago
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added about 1 year ago

I haven't used either myself, but I've read some related posts on The Alinea Project (http://www.allenhemberger...), and the author talked about how it took some time for him to perfect the process of being able to successfully get a crispy result from Pure-Cote. (See these posts: http://www.allenhemberger..., http://www.allenhemberger...)