thank you very much well by dust i mean that when crafters work with polymer clay you have to be constantly washing, cleaning your hands through out the process of you cc\lay creation because if you dont your hands start to carry little specks of hair or dust usually from touching an unclean surface or from touching your clothes, that gets stuck to the clay and sometimes you may not notice a tiny hair or a speck of dust after it got done baking :/ so some crafters have recommended using rubbing alcohol to help remove dust that has been accidently baked onto your creation
No, not rude at all! I suppose in retrospect the question is silly but I guess I wondered mainly about the sprinkles and how you got them to stick to the bottom/sides of the strawberries. I like to make sweets, a guilty pleasure.
I don't think they're grown as they should - forced into quick growth to be massive, in Perth's (Australia) poor sandy soil. But yes, I also eat too much sugar. Mangos are my favourite fruit. I love bananas too but my dog goes berserk (or bananas, or ape, if you prefer ) because she has to share any banana consumed in the house LOL
Haha, I see. In Sweden there are fields with growing strawberries with no chemicals or manipulation. Anyone can go there, pick fresh strawberries and then pay for them. They are some of the best strawberries you can find in the world. And oh how tasty they are <3
That sounds amazing! I grew up in England and the strawberries there had a lovely flavour too, but I guess the Perth ones, between the 'soil' and the summer heat, just don't sweeten up. Our soil is still sand, even inland, until you near the hills and then it is clay, we just don't have good old dirt with nutrients for plants in it.